"Quraan whyte you're right. Critics have put Ye's album in high regardsI didn't like Ye's album lyrically but production-wise he had some harsh and loud synths and drums which can be good to some but bad for others. There's…"
"Essino-Dub the difference between Will Smith/Kid N Play and Drake is that Will Smith/Kid N Play never had an attitude in their songs that come off as hardcore while Drake tries to rap like he is "about that life" when we know he…"
"Pharrell has a huge catalog of music that he has produced or been featured on from this year alone. He has produced at least one song for Pusha T, Earl Sweatshirt, Tyler, The Creator, 2 Chainz, Kelly Rowland, Robin Thicke, Jennifer Hudson, N.O.R.E.,…"
"Trinidad James was basing his opinion on radio spins and popularity so the internet isn't in the equation. Radio is a dying source for entertainment that won't hold up against the internet. The radio may not be playing music from Action…"
"Black Hippy was Black Hippy before Kendrick blew up. All four of them have different qualities in their music. A lot of magazine companies will add a name to get the viewer's attention. It should be about the four members of Black Hippy, not…"
"Rappers that put more of a melodic inflection that is similar to an r&b singer like Drake is what Tank is talking about. We know rappers like Chamillionaire, Eminem, J. Cole, Gucci Mane, 50 Cent, and others use it but we don't take…"
"@Shilee Most people have the attention span of a porn star's vag hair and you asking who's going to read my post proved my point. I don't give a rat's taint who reads it except for who it was intended for."
"@Ronaldis Delahon You're probably the same type of person that believes that a rapper's status of their popularity matters more than their lyrical skill. If you believe that someone who wasn't mentioned on Kendrick's verse should…"
"@Daphenous Reid, Macklemore was actually in Schoolboy Q's video "Collard Greens" for his upcoming album "Oxymoron". It was a guest appearance so he'll probably get a feature on his album.
I like how people are equating…"