Janet Jackson: Rhythm Nation Meaning
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Song Released: 1989
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anonymous Jun 8th, 2017 6:48pm report
The interpretation of Rhythm Nation is very simple. It is a song that seeks to unify a group of people, through rhythm in order to battle the harmful complexities of society. Jackson urgently sings "people of the world today, are we looking for a better way of life" in the precursor to the socially conscious music of fellow artists such as Beyonce.
Using music, a universally unifying medium, Jackson uses her influential platform to remind listeners and encourage them to participate in the betterment of their communities, if not the world, for multiple generations to come. "Sing it for the babies, sing it for the children, sing it you want a better way of life."
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