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Okay, so, i'd never thought this before.

But i'm here w/ a friend on a study day who isn't into hip hop like me at all. I stuck J Cole on while we were doing some History, and she said it reminded her of Taylor Swift, because, like Taylor, he's telling his own story. Unlike other artists of different genres who try and make their work relatable to everyone, these guys tell their own story, and in a way that makes it even more relatable.

Whatcha think KTT fam? Do we hate on Taylor too much, is she more hip hop and rap in her style than we actually think?
Personally, I dunno, opinions wanted, haha.
 

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The story you're telling has nothing to do with what genre of music you play. But nonetheless it's a cool comparison she made and it's worth examining.
 
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Oogity said:
The story you're telling has nothing to do with what genre of music you play. But nonetheless it's a cool comparison she made and it's worth examining.
 

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Oogity said:
The story you're telling has nothing to do with what genre of music you play. But nonetheless it's a cool comparison she made and it's worth examining.
Heh, thank you! never been an OP before, we were kinda scared, haha.
 
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Heh, thank you! never been an OP before, we were kinda scared, haha.
Lol

And "we"? Did u make the thread with a partner loooob
 

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M/M/M said:
Country Music's subject matter relies heavily on storytelling so maybe that's what she meant?  :dno:
Yeah, possibly. She said Taylor talks about her feelings towards her Dad a lot, and drew parallels to Never Told (a Cole song about his Dad) n stuff.
 
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