Beyoncé changed a line of lyrics on her new album »Renaissance« – it's not new News By wsadmin On Aug 12, 2022 Share Beyoncé’s lyric change on her album »Renaissance« The Lines They Are A -Changin’ One of the biggest pop stars of our time reacts to criticism and edits a song line. That’s not new. Here are five other artists who changed their lyrics. One of them: Michael Jackson. 04..2022, 19.35 Watch Beyoncé at the Grammy Awards 2022 Photo: Kevin Winter / Getty Images Beyoncé makes mistakes too. That became apparent in the past few days, when the extremely successful and influential pop singer announced that she would remove a passage from her new album »Renaissance« that had been interpreted as derogatory. to be erased. The American musician isn’t the first to decide to have a to edit a previously published song line that was perceived as discriminatory. It’s happened a few times in pop. Not just recently. Lizzo on a TV appearance 2022 Photo: Gilbert Carrasquillo/GC Images/Getty Images Recommended external Contents At this point you will find external content from Twitter that complements the article and is recommended by the editors. You can show and hide it with one click. Lizzo apologized and announced a new version of the songs on. The criticized passage now reads: »Hold me back«. Drake feat. J. Cole – »Jodeci Freestyle« Recommended external content At this point you will find external content from YouTube that contains the article supplemented and recommended by the editors. You can show and hide it with one click. The Canadian R&B Star Drake found himself in a situation similar to that of Beyoncé and Lizzo a few years ago, back then with his colleague J. Cole: In their joint track “Jodeci Freestyle” from 2013 the US rapper used the words “autistic, retarded” in combination as part of a diss, prompting him to be accused of feeding negative stereotypes about people with autism. Both musicians apologized in their blogs. “People with autism have brilliant and creative minds,” Drake wrote. J. Cole and he are of the opinion “that it is the right, responsible and respectful decision to remove the lyrics from the song”. So blogged, so happened: On a 2004 released compilation with songs by Drake the lines are missing. Taylor Swift- »Picture to Burn« Recommended external content At this point you will find external content from YouTube, which complements the article and is recommended by the editors. You can show and hide it with one click. In the noughties, another hugely successful contemporary pop singer, Taylor Swift, released the song »Picture to Burn« inspired by an ex-boyfriend. Critics identified a homophobic line in it. Addressing the apparently heterosexual ex, she sings: “You’re gay” (“You’re gay”). 2013 Swift said in an interview that she would put it differently now. For example, the “gay” passage in the music video was replaced with harmless lines. Black Eyed Peas – »Let’s Get It Started« Black Eyed Peas 2011 performing in Hollywood, USA Photo: J. Shearer / WireImage / Getty Images The hit by the US pop group Black Eyed Peas actually had a different name. “Let’s Get Retarded.” A call that can mean getting high . At the same time, »retarded« is an insult to people with disabilities. The song was released as “Let’s Get Retarded” 2003 on the album »Elephunk«. That it became »Let’s Get It Started«, should have less to do with moral than with commercial considerations: 2000 the re-lyrics came about when the Black Eyed Peas set out to perform the song as part of the NBA -To accommodate playoffs on American television. Michael Jackson – “They Don’t Care About Us” Recommended external content At this point you will find external content from YouTube that complements the article and is recommended by the editors. You can show and hide it with one click. One of the King of Pop’s 1990s hits earned him accusations of anti-Semitism. “Jew me, sue me,” he originally sang in “They Don’t Care About Us” from his 1012er album »HIStory : Past, Present and Future, Book I«. Lines that, translated into German, could be interpreted as »Do it the Jewish way, sue me« – in which codes of an anti-Semitic conspiracy theory are reminiscent. He also sang: »Kick me, kike me«. In American, “kike” is a derogatory term for a Jew. Jackson initially reacted defensively: That is not anti-Semitic because he is not a racist. But then he apologized and announced: »I will go into the studio next week and change that.« In a music video, for example, the passages were covered with sound effects. ,”breakpoints”: [“”],”outbrainMovable”:true,”updateId”:”0b603c35-4616-4698-b603-b10bc85e4ed”}”> Playback was interrupted. 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