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jk about the title had to get yall in here


but still this guy sounds promising, he's got a mixtape dropping 1st of July

 

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Yeah well you know what?

Judging the music is one thing but judging the person behind it is another. Rocky being homophobic and questioning Ye's sexuality through his clothing choice is different from him saying he doesn't really mess with 808s. When you bash what they're wearing and what they're doing beyond the music and then meet them and act like you're all about what they're into and even dress and by the same brands now I think that's being fake. Where was all this bravado and homophobia when you met them in person or worked with them? If he wasn't being fake why delete the tweets? You have nothing to hide if you're simply critiquing music. Unless of course you worry that stating how you actually feel or felt would be detrimental to a relationship or connection you've made with someone you actually don't really like or fuck with that much, BUT they still have a name that's bigger than yours so you rely on coat tail cred to add to your rep?

Yes opinions can certainly change but at least stand by them. If you said I don't fuck with this guys music in 2010 but it then grew on you or they put out new records in 2013 that you vibed with, just simply say I dig the new stuff but I wasn't feeling the other older shit. Why delete tweets or hide them if it's merely a matter of opinions changing. Stand by your words. Don't run from them. It's fine to be honest and even admit you may have misjudged someone on their character or the music but no one is doing that. They're running to protect their reps and connections because they realize it's not all about the music and it's more about money and image. Shit seems so high school tbh.

Fair enough but regardless I would still stay true to my opinions. There is no right or wrong with how you feel about someone's music. At least own up to it though. Don't delete tweets or protect your account. Just say hey I don't fuck with Wale, I think he's overrated and done. Or simply say Drake's a good dude but I kind of think he's suspect. No one is going to kill you for your honesty. If anything I'd respect these guys more if they stood by what they said and contrasted that with how they feel about it now.
 

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PND is dope.. Not even near abel's talent but he's dope


Plus we all know Drake put him on to make abel jealous :work:
 

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Weeknd was already gone, considering for the fact that he didn't sign with Drake and went to another label which was the right thing to do.  Now this PND guy is ok, not as dope like Abel.  If Drake is putting this PND as his creative muse for his upcoming album like The Weeknd was for Take Care, then that's gonna be a problem, but which I doubt that's gonna happen because Drake already picked up enough stuff from the Weeknd and other artists, and all the songs from Drake this year came out good so far.
 

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Yeah well you know what?

Judging the music is one thing but judging the person behind it is another. Rocky being homophobic and questioning Ye's sexuality through his clothing choice is different from him saying he doesn't really mess with 808s. When you bash what they're wearing and what they're doing beyond the music and then meet them and act like you're all about what they're into and even dress and by the same brands now I think that's being fake. Where was all this bravado and homophobia when you met them in person or worked with them? If he wasn't being fake why delete the tweets? You have nothing to hide if you're simply critiquing music. Unless of course you worry that stating how you actually feel or felt would be detrimental to a relationship or connection you've made with someone you actually don't really like or fuck with that much, BUT they still have a name that's bigger than yours so you rely on coat tail cred to add to your rep?

Yes opinions can certainly change but at least stand by them. If you said I don't fuck with this guys music in 2010 but it then grew on you or they put out new records in 2013 that you vibed with, just simply say I dig the new stuff but I wasn't feeling the other older shit. Why delete tweets or hide them if it's merely a matter of opinions changing. Stand by your words. Don't run from them. It's fine to be honest and even admit you may have misjudged someone on their character or the music but no one is doing that. They're running to protect their reps and connections because they realize it's not all about the music and it's more about money and image. Shit seems so high school tbh.

Fair enough but regardless I would still stay true to my opinions. There is no right or wrong with how you feel about someone's music. At least own up to it though. Don't delete tweets or protect your account. Just say hey I don't fuck with Wale, I think he's overrated and done. Or simply say Drake's a good dude but I kind of think he's suspect. No one is going to kill you for your honesty. If anything I'd respect these guys more if they stood by what they said and contrasted that with how they feel about it now.



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