A Random ABC of Artists with Respective Songs That Feature the F-Bomb | Playlist
Have you ever desired to see a random ABC list of artist with the respective songs that feature f-bombs? Probably not, but you got it here.
This post is a new low. It’s dumb. That’s an appropriate characteristic, given that this post is an ABC of artists and their respective songs that feature the f-bomb or f-bombs. Again, this is a stupid concept, but, a little trash never hurt everybody now and again, right? F#$king right. We’ll approach this sort of like Sue Grafton does. A is for, B is for, etc.
A – H
“A” is for Alicia Keys.
“We been f*cking with genetics…/ Had your chance for redemption / But you f*ckin’ blew it.”
“B” is for Beck.
Beck doesn’t drop the bomb all the time – only some of the time. However, his Mountain Dew Rock, “F*ckin’ With My Head,” doesn’t refrain from the use of the bomb.
“When you wanna be with me we will see / Who’s f*ckin’ with my head / Hey hey hey hey / F*ckin’ with my head / Hey hey hey hey.”
“C” is for The Chainsmokers.
The Chainsmokers slapped a parental advisory label right on their debut studio album, Memories…Do Not Open. The label was necessary, given Drew’s love of the bomb. He’s uses f*ck sexually on “Break Up Every Night.”
“She wants to break up every night / Then tries to f*ck me back to life / How can I help it if I like the way she makes me feel it.”
On “Bloodstream,” he uses the bomb to describe an inebriated state as well as for intensifying purposes.
“I’m f*cked up, I’m faded… / Oh yeah, I-I-I-I-I-I, really f*cking meant it.”
That’s a lot of I’s there Drew!
“D” is for Daniel Caesar.
Damn Daniel, did you have to drop the bomb? For most of Freudian, Daniel Caesar keeps it respectable, sans f-bombs. This is an album that balances romance and spirituality, so there’s not tons of profanity. BUT, when he’s not “Blessed,” like “Neu Roses (Trangresssor’s Song),” he grows more profane.
“Babe, I know I f*cked up / F*cked with some empty cups…”
“E” is for Eminem.
“How could I not blow? All I do is drop F-bombs.”
“F” is for Foo Fighters.
“Got no soul to keep, got no soul to keep / Ain’t no brother’s keeper / I don’t f*ckin’ need, I don’t f*ckin’ need / I don’t need a martyr.”
“G” is for G-Eazy.
“B*tch, you got me f*cked up.”
“H” is for Highly Suspect.
There’s nothing highly suspect about it. Johnny Stevens, the frontman of Highly Suspect, can deliver an f-bomb ‘just like that.’ On Mr. Asylum, there’s that one emotional moment in “Lydia” where Stevens uses f*ck for emphasis on his state of mind.
“I can’t f*cking breathe, much less believe the truth.”
Also, there’s “F*ck Me Up” from the same album:
“F*ck me up, f*ck me up good.”
Also, the f-bombs don’t escape on album no. 2, The Boy Who Died Wolf. On the first song, “My Name Is Human,” Stevens sticks up his middle fingers, vocally:
“I’m feeling the way that I’m feeling myself / F*ck everyone else.”