Why do only an increasingly small handful of artists ever seem to really ‘make it’ in the music game? What’s with all the never-ending covering of one eye in all the videos? Why the insistence on rappers having so many pseudonyms? And why is the robotic vocal programme Autotune still being mercilessly rolled out despite everyone you speak to saying they hate it?
In the first of a new series of podcasts for 2012, Mark Devlin talks to world famous author and public speaker David Icke about the agenda being employed in the music industry as one of many, many facets of the global control system. As more and more people awaken to new levels of human consciousness, the controllers are getting ever more desperate to suppress the movement. The music game – and particularly what passes for ‘hip hop’ and ‘R&B’ – is now a much-favoured method of subliminal manipulation.
With names such as Jay-Z, Lady Gaga and Britney Spears being specifically addressed, this will be controversial, and will doubtless upset a few. But the truth will always be the truth, and it’s time certain things were said.
This conversation was recorded in Zagreb during David Icke’s latest visit to Croatia.