@Sion you trill for that. As a young 21, I Been thinking about investing but I have 0 knowledge of it. Is it really a good game to look at? Im at the point where im willing to do practically anything to enable future success for myself. College is like stock itself. Nigga struggling out here for a gamble. Mind as well gamble with other opportunities for potential success.
Music isnt being valued from the customer or the artist
But that has been going on fr along time since the death of the bands and live instrumentation and actual collaborations
Shit the artists arent even in the studio together anymore
Producers give the same beats to two different artists
That's just it.The quality of the music is trash and people don't connect with it like they used to.Music is a fad industry now,not an art form like it used to be.You never had so many one hit wonders in any generation like you have today.
Its the times though brother to be honest. I never felt so lost, souless and unispired in my life, and music is the representation of times. Shit is actually sad and scary how downhill the element of soul, passion, and art is fading. Only hip hop artists like Cole, Krit, and tbh Issah Rashad is implementing that shit right now. Cant forget K. Dot. At 22 years old, i honestly been looking at alternative music like Jazz, chillwave, blues, indie pop, etc. for elements of soul and art. This shit going on now is mind numbing and making people androids. Very overwhemling for passionate music lovers.
I only gave him a cosign because he is right about black people not supporting there music outside of hip hop. (Rnb, jazz,etc.) Nigga about to fire his management and call up Florida. The mainstream will buy your shit, us niggas (myself included) bootleg our ass off. I'll be the first to admit it.
And I know some of u niggas on the IC buy CDs, I'm speaking the majority. The soul element in music is dead. Only hip hop can SOMEWHAT implement it.