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F***ck yeah, knew I was missing something from a thread somewhere. Thanks, Jello! Vietcong started playing right when I clicked it, feeeelin this.
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April 25, 2015 on Shut Up, Dude: This Week’s Best And Worst Comments
It also depends on what Young Thug you're talking about. 1017 Thug was made up of super weird, yet traditionally structured songs. Lyrics heads might hate it, but the wordplay's actually really clever. Definitely his best work yet by far, his rhymes vaulted by the wild ass Boppy beats.
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April 25, 2015 on My Morning Jacket’s Jim James Has Some Harsh Words For Modern Country Music
Weird place to say this, but I think it's a taste thing. I like Young Thug, but could see a rap fan choosing Garth Brooks' trite but well structured songs over YT's melodically stirring yet free form stuff. I'm a YT fan, but this kind of crystallized for me when my dad, who has the best taste in music out of anyone I know, couldn't fully endorse OK Computer era Radiohead. It's like, they're making the coolest guitar based shit right now, experimenting and pushing. things. forward (*Mike Skinner accent). But he's just like "their tracks don't feel like real songs," which is totally valid.
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April 25, 2015 on My Morning Jacket’s Jim James Has Some Harsh Words For Modern Country Music
That dude is the one guy that came to mind to refute it. Can't wait to check him out, v intrigued by his coverage on here. I feel Jim James, but Country almost seems like Jazz, been pretty fallow for awhile (though I hope to eventually be proven wrong about both genres).
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April 25, 2015 on My Morning Jacket’s Jim James Has Some Harsh Words For Modern Country Music
Also, wtf Dr Feelgod's comment is hilarious.
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April 25, 2015 on Shut Up, Dude: This Week’s Best And Worst Comments
That's because you don't seem to have much depth, Caitlin.
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April 25, 2015 on Tame Impala Hope People Don’t Think “‘Cause I’m A Man” Is Sexist
So glad others feel the same. Every time I see those MTA signs my ears burn.
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April 25, 2015 on Tame Impala Hope People Don’t Think “‘Cause I’m A Man” Is Sexist
Yo if anyone happens to see this, hit me up with your Spotify username. Found blochead and raptorgodsson, but would love to find more. I be hennesseyonice.
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April 25, 2015 on Shut Up, Dude: This Week’s Best And Worst Comments
He changed his name to Billie Joe Armstrong? Weird.
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April 23, 2015 on Frank Ocean Has Legally Changed His Birth Name
I bet Wayne still respects YT's music. But the rap game is hilarious. Why is Young Thug calling his mixtape Carter 6? Cool nod to the forefather but too much drama going on for this. Like till says, Thug comes off like an asshole. And YT is too original to be just doing derivative mixtape names. Side note, but Sorry 4 The Weight was one of worst mixtapes of the last year. I'm so pumped on this beef tho, it's all coming to a head!!
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April 10, 2015 on Lil Wayne Disses Young Thug’s Carter 6 Artwork
Whatever, I've never heard of Pop.
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April 10, 2015 on Brian Wilson Has Never Heard Of Punk Rock
Hm, guess you didn't want to back out that bad. I made several points about how he's a bad businessman, though I can sympathize they'd be hard to parse for a Jay sycophant. The one remotely notable thing he's done business-wise was head Def Jam. Even that's dubious. Sure, he got NeYo and Rihanna, but does that really mean anything? Wasn't Mac Maine CEO of Young Money when they signed Nicki and Drake? He got rich off drugs, then music, and because of his name a lot of people have handed him things in the business world. He has a lot of money. That doesn't make him a good businessman. Good businessmen fill societal needs and tap untouched markets. This Tidal thing is the ultimate proof of his business idiocy. He's flooding a burgeoning market without a sustainable plan for his questionable service. He thinks because he's got money and read one Wired article he's the next Steve Jobs. It must be nice to not "give a shit about Tidal" while defending Jay's honor as a businessman. Reminds me of when I would tell people I didn't give a shit about The Rebirth but also acted flabbergasted when anyone said he wasn't still the best rapper alive. You are a fucking idiot, my friend.
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April 6, 2015 on Behold The Half-Assed Hubris Of Tidal
Hell yeah. Night Time My Time is illllllllllllllł.
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April 6, 2015 on Sky Ferreira Titles New Album Masochism
I can't spell it out for you any more than I have. Enjoy Jay's new offerings on Tidal, maybe have a private listening sesh for yourself is a Q room? "You need to relax" = the ultimate pussy way to back out of an argument
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April 2, 2015 on Behold The Half-Assed Hubris Of Tidal
Sorry, didn't realize u were the original commenter. New layout got me all f*cked up.
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April 2, 2015 on Behold The Half-Assed Hubris Of Tidal
I'm so confused by you jumping into into the ring only to express support for a vacuous Bernie Madoff. The dude has released nothing but garbage since the black album, attached his name to and then stole from the Occupy movement, and now he's promoting what sounds like the worst possible platform in an already suffocated market. Also, I think his last album only came on Samsung devices only accessible to people with luxury vehicles. He's not about music. His businesses promote exclusivity and are marketed toward...rich people who like terrible music? This one, as Nelson points out, is a literal pyramid scheme that would barely benefit any new musicians naive enough to participate. He's an out of touch, overrated, 1percenter dumbass. Are you still confused?
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April 2, 2015 on Behold The Half-Assed Hubris Of Tidal
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jay-Z#Business_career "He has also invested in a real estate development venture called J Hotels which recently acquired a $66 million mid-block parcel in Chelsea, New York." So he's down to turn Manhattan 2035 into The Oligarch's Playground too, huh? From Jay : "Let's stick up the world and split it 50/50, uh-huh. Let's take the dough and stay real jiggy, uh-huh" Sounds about right but for the last four words or so. Sounds about
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April 1, 2015 on Behold The Half-Assed Hubris Of Tidal
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Def_Jam_Recordings#Def_Jam_in_the_2000s "Under Jay-Z's leadership, Def Jam launched the successful careers of contemporary R&B singers Rihanna and Ne-Yo. At the end of 2007, Jay-Z decided not to renew his contract." Wow, he's a real fucking Henry Ford.
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April 1, 2015 on Behold The Half-Assed Hubris Of Tidal
Shoot your friend, name drop an indie band and they on your dick. Makonnen's only good song is Tuesday.
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April 1, 2015 on The Week In Rap: ILoveMakonnen, Transformative Figure
Seriously. Let people who have business degrees and acumen run businesses. It's outrageous to think of Jay-Z successfully running a Hamburger Stand the way he's talking in this. He sounded more like a high presentation zero policy Politician than an businessman in this. It's kind of crazy, when you think about, how much terror money breeds in this world. Rappers, athletes get money, own businesses that cultivate worst fucking things a human could imagine or experience, then we don't have to imagine them cus we're nonstop experiencing them. Anyways, off to Wingstop! (horrible wings dece fries)
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April 1, 2015 on Behold The Half-Assed Hubris Of Tidal