No - for me music is all about the music, the melody, rhythm, etc . . . my feeling is if you have something to say, write an essay or make a speech, etc. This is why I've always hated the protest song era of Folk music - Yes, I agree, racism is evil, it would be great if there was no war, and if we unite and fight (whatever) the cause we may do some good - but just because you say in in rhyme while strumming some guitar chords doesn't mean it's good music.
If a genuine artist is singing something like "I love you" or "I've lost you" that could add beauty and meaning to the music being played - but I've never liked the sing-a-long approach to "let's all form a labor union" . . . for me, music is art not social commentary or activism, and it's not background noise for partying. Again, for me, it's all about the music.
I've loved songs for 40 years and I couldn't tell you what the lyrics are or what the song is about - again, if you have something to say, write an essay or make a speech and leave music to be music, not to advance a social agenda, but to be music that's beautiful to listen to.