The black voters that elected Obama were mostly young, enthusiatic
You think they listening to Jesse Jackson more than Kanye ?
i’m sayin that the people that go out to vote will not be swayed one way or another by what obama says about Ye. the black community is not unaniimously in support of Ye, and at the time of the taylor swift shit niggas was really divided. Ye is a divisive figure. its kind of like MJ…you can say some sideways shit about him and you can say some positive shit about him, you not gonna alienate the majority either way.
he probably had more to gain cause pretty much all white ppl would’ve agreed with obama’s comment at the time.
Barack dissing Kanye was supposed to be off the record
^I keep tryna told them what it is.
Shit was a private discussion.
Now, Kanye dissing a President and having the President saying that was the lowest point of his Presidential Career >>>
This. Niggas tend to forget that it was some jackass shit Ye did to shorty tho. The problem I had was that the reaction to it was overboard. Call him a bitch, keep it moving. Leno asked him what he thought his mom would think like he took that birch’s virginity smh.
Now, Kanye dissing a President and having the President saying that was the lowest point of his Presidential Career >>>>
^ sure, if you’re the type inclined to believe every soundbyte
I’d say the international black sites, war crimes, illegal wiretapping of american citizens, allowing 9/11 to happen, in addition to being a general fuckup and national embarrassment are all lower points than what some closet fag rap dude has to say about you
nosign listening to a man talk about getting intimate with another man
kinda inspiration is this?
grow up. what difference does it make. there are gay people in your family.
i have zero issues with gay people, live ya life
but as a HETEROSEXUAL man, i would feel way uncomfortable listening to a man sing about romancing and, having feelings for another man and being intimate with another man
pheromones aint going crazy for no man and vice versa,
so yeah, sue me idgaf – frank ocean is a good artist but if i wouldnt listen to a rapper talk about gay encounters, why would i listen to a singer do the same? – either make songs about women or stfu, simple as that – isnt this genre supposed to inspire men to get even closer to women?!
is it not my right as a human to transport my body from point a to b ?
not on roads you didn’t build on property you don’t own.
they will let you do donuts in your living room all you want
Who built those roads
who owns this land
fuck outta here
who paid for that fuckin road to be built that i drive on I DID thats who
fuck outta here
you people kill me .. how could you defend some bullshit like driving is a priviledge? yall really agree that driving is a prividlge? its a prividlge to transport my body from point a to point b on roads that i PAID for in a car that i PAID for?
The gay agenda is brainwashing the american public…
Im a bad guy for being a heterosexual male and thinking a man sticking his ding dong in another mans butt is repulsive and digusting??
furthermore i enjoy vagina, i love women, breasts, thighs , etc
why the FUCK would i listen to a homosexual sing love songs about homosexuals???
and if i had knowledge of any gay people in my family my viewpoint wouldnt change…the shit is digusting and repulsive point blank
fuck all that hyper sensitive politcally correct shit
contrary to soon to be popular belief IT IS NOT ok for a man to fuck a man in his ass
‘It’s common for a rapper to spit over a classic instrumental on a free mixtape release, as was the case with Mac Miller using Lord Finesse’s 1995 “Hip 2 Da Game” instrumental for his breakout cut “Kool Aid & Frozen Pizza” off his 2010 K.I.D.S. mixtape. Well, Lord Finesse is now suing Mac Miller for $10 million over unauthorized use of his instrumental. According to Courthouse News Service, the complaint says, “This is a case about a teenage rapper- Mac Miller- copying the music from a song written, produced and performed by Lord Finesse, a hip hop legend, changing the title and then distributing it under his own name in order to launch his music career.”
curtis mayfield , al green , frank sinatra , throwback r kelly , gil scot heron
real g shit
not lil fun boy homo love songs
I think Frank has the potential to reach that Curtis Mayfield level of songwriting. He’s that good & his perspective is just enough off center to give the usual R&B tropes a sharp twist. I think we’re witnessing the beginning of a legendary career, homo or not.