review of Blurred Lines by Robin Thicke. Well I recently caught Todd in the Shadows' review of it and he called it "rapey" Oh Todd, I wanna like you but you make it pretty damn hard sometimes with your constant forfeiting of your mancard.
To be fair it's not just Todd that's calling this song rapey. And if you watch Todd's review it's pretty clear that he's really just mad that Blurred Lines is doing better in the charts than Daft Punk's song Get Lucky. Get Lucky has a similar sound and Todd considers it a superior song and is clearly rather pissed that Blurred Lines is doing better. Personally, while I do like Get Lucky, I think Blurred Lines is a far more fun and enjoyable song.
Now as for the "rapey" accusation, I really don't see it. I viewed the titular blurred lines as being between right and wrong, sleazy and classy, and good girls and bad girls, not a line between consent and non consent. Mr. Thicke apparently agrees with me. I really don't see how you listen to the lyrics of this song and get a rapey message.