Parents Informed by Content Rating System for Music

Andrew Petlev, Features Writer


Since 1922, films have been sorted into one of five categories by the MPAA, or Motion Picture Association of America. These ratings, based solely on maturity, have become so well-known that people from every walk of life are familiar with the terms G, PG, PG-13, R, and NC-17. 

Music, on the other hand, has never before been classified on a similar scale. is a trustworthy site built for desperate parents, who, until now, have been forced to consult unresponsive internet forums about their children’s music listening habits.

In addition to providing trusted ratings for classic albums, the site’s excellent staff accepts requests to add albums to their growing index.

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