Watch A Cappella Group Question Sexually-Explicit Songs With Music Video

The members of Durham Academy's group XIV Hours are sharing an important message in the video.

A high school a cappella group has made a music video to let everyone know that not all teens like those sexually-charged pop songs.

The group, known as XIV Hours, are students at Durham Academy in North Carolina and say it took them six months to put the 10-minute video together.

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In the video, entitled "Lost In The Game: A Musical Story of Relationships, Sex and Gender Politics," the group performs songs including Britney Spears’ “I’m a Slave 4 U,” Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines,” Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky,” and Ariana Grande, Nicki Minaj and Jessie J’s hit “Bang Bang.”

Lost In The Game: A Musical Story of Relationships, Sex and Gender Politics from Durham Academy A Cappella on Vimeo.

The video is broken up into three acts. The first act references sexual aggression that some of the songs appear to condone, while the second act shows a young couple learning to communicate about the topic.

The third part explores the mixed messages teens send to one another that lead to a fallout and loneliness.

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"We realized that we wanted to deliver an important message and inspire conversation on a larger level about relationship expectations and the mixed messages teens navigate through the music they listen to every day," the group wrote in the video's description.

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