"She Loves Everybody" (CD single)

Music review by
Stephanie Bruzzese, Common Sense Media
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Pop/hip-hop hybrid tune talks of promiscuity.

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age 14+
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age 14+
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Positive Messages

Main themes of the song are promiscuity and abusive relationships: "She loves everybody ... / Thought I could keep you out of harm."

Violence
Sex

References casual sex: "Well she craves affection / So I use protection."

Language
Consumerism
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking

What parents need to know

Parents need to know that while the Chester French boys sport an innocent, clean-cut look, their song actually deals with mature themes: a domineering girl who sleeps around and a guy who keeps going back for more of her abuse.

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Teen, 17 years old Written byJulia from Sweden July 17, 2010

Talk to your kids about this.

I disagree with the reviewer on one thing, the reviewer says "violence: not an issue". However, in the music video for She Loves Everybody, a girl bea... Continue reading

What's the story?

Kanye West, Pharrell Williams, and Jermaine Dupri are just a few of the superstars who've taken note of newcomers Chester French, a duo of two recent Harvard grads (D.A. Wallach and Maxwell Drummey) creating pop music with a hip-hop nuance. SHE LOVES EVERYBODY, the group's first single from their forthcoming record, Love the Future, gives a tongue-in-cheek account of a guy who's smitten with a promiscuous, controlling girl. The video takes an oddly serious turn, depicting the duo being beaten nearly senseless by a dominatrix-type woman.

Is it any good?

She Loves Everybody demonstrates that a good song doesn't have to be complicated: the tune is built around a basic but catchy melody and repetitive yet memorable verses. Lead singer Wallach adds pure, plaintive vocals that pull the whole track together, resulting in one of those sticks-in-your-brain (in a good way) songs. Despite the great sound, however, the song's allusions to promiscuity and the video's violent scenes make them too mature for the tween set.

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