Barrington Levy Says Dancehall Has Taken a Turn For A Worst

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Barrington-levy-reggae-artiste-jamaica.jpgThroughout 2014, music lovers have seen a sharp increase in hardcore sexual content and imagery within Dancehall, with the likes of Alkaline, Demarco, Ricky Carty and J Amsterdam pushing boundaries with eyebrow-raising material to gauge interest from fans. One legendary artist is sick of this growing trend.Barrington Levy, singer of classics such asBroader Than Broadway, Under Mi Sensi and countless others says he is tired of the X-rated nature that the genre has taken on and thinks it has damaged its credibility.In an interview published in the Jamaica Observer on Tuesday, Levy said, "I see where the music business is taking a turn for the worst. It's going in a direction where we are losing it.""These people have no morals anymore. Are we going to do anything for money? I never came into the music business just to sell records.