Sexualised female pop stars: 'Artists often have themselves to blame,' says Chris Wright

Female artists who present a sexualised portrayal of themselves in videos and live performances are almost always in control of their image, Chris Wright has claimed.

The BMG Chrysalis non-executive chairman - who signed Debbie Harry and Blondie to his label in 1977 - has given his view on one of the modern industry's hottest issues in a new interview.

2013 has seen controversial videos from Robin Thicke and Miley Cyrus flaunt sexualised imagery in the mainstream pop world, triggering ...

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