Ban lyrics about guns and drugs, says Balvin
LIAM PAYNE’S duet pal J Balvin has called for urban musicians to stop singing songs about drugs and guns.
The reggaeton artist, 33, who grew up in Colombia’s drug-plagued Medellin, warned on Instagram: ‘Our music genre is more focused on the attitude of criminals and drug dealers than music.’
And Balvin, who teamed up with Liam for Familiar, added: ‘As a representative of the genre, I want to express that attitude was the one that damaged my country for generations.’
Author: Andrei Harmsworth