Let’s Talk About Sex, Baby–Or Not: 11 Artists Who Dropped Their Raunchy Music And Lifestyle After Finding God
In today’s music, many big names in the industry spend a hell of a lot of time talking about sex. Others spend a hell of a lot of time living recklessly. The people on this list had a lot of fun early in their careers, and then decided after finding God, that they wanted to clean up their music and/or their image. Some didn’t continue on the positive path, but hey, they tried. Here are 11 famous folks who left behind the sexually suggestive music and raunchy lifestyles to focus on their faith.
Coko of SWV
Despite providing the lead vocals on songs like “Can We” and “Downtown” as a member of SWV, at this point in her life isn’t feeling such music. She’s married to gospel producer Mike Clemmons, is improving her relationship with God and has dropped a gospel album, so she doesn’t want to sing those songs ever again. As she put it: “whether I make another gospel record or not, I will not sing “Downtown” again.” In her opinion, such songs just don’t fit with her walk.