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  • Jay Z's Tidal Loses its 3rd CEO in 2 Years

    To be fair under this current CEO they aquired a huge deal with Sprint which is a huge W. The question is how much Jay can sell Tidal for if the user base stalls out around 1-2 million like it currently is at (allegedly because they don't release updated numbers of subs).

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  • Re: Ebro responds Charlamagne Tha Cake Soap Gawd calling him a groupie on Joe Budden's Podcast...

    (ob)Scene wrote: »
    Unless the photo would have ended police bias toward black people forever what is the point of the photo. It was dope they went to the know your rights event for the cause but a photo ain't gunna fix injustice.

    Trump ain't gunna be like "I saw a great great photo of CTG and Ebro and i want all police to know the rights these black men have. Every police officer who has bias toward black men and women called me personally last night and will treat all people fairly for the cultre."

    The event wasn't going to do any of that either. That's a small minded position to take.

    It all just speaks towards the larger issue of male ego and pride. More specifically in the black/urban community.

    Honestly Kap pisses me off because he doesn't fucking get it. He has these programs and shit but the nigga not even voting in his local election. The reason Ferguson had the issues with the police and the justice system out there is cause in a mostly black area niggas ain't vote.
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  • Re: Logic's 'Everybody' album sells 251k in the first week ends Kendrick's chart reign

    Some of the album subject matter was cringe worthy like when he kept repeating black people over and over. But some of the album was pretty dope and i am someone who don't usually check for logic.

    The funniest shit was budden saying he doesn't relate to Logic being mixed but Budden lightskinned as fuck lmao. Budden someone in the last 2 generations of your family is white in some capacity. Niggas ain't come off the boats looking that lightskinned.
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  • Re: Who is the G.O.A.T Rapper Alive ? Jay-Z or NaS ?

    5 Grand wrote: »
    illmatic and it was written head to head are better than any single Jay album. The rest of Nas' career is hit or miss. The reason i like Jay more is he was able to adjust better to many different eras and still make dope full projects.

    He had RD early on along with Vol 1 and 2. Then he still killed it with the blueprint. Later on the Black Album and American Gangster were dope as fuck and up to the times. Add that to the fact Jay has a bigger package of subject matter he can cover and still make it sound dope.


    Stillmatic, Lost Tapes, God's Son and Life Is Good are all solid albums

    And lets not front, Jay had a few duds throughout his career.

    Life is good is overrated as fuck and The Lost Tapes had little replay value in my opinion. Stillmatic and God's Son are good albums. But Stillmatic ain't fucking with BP1 or Black album. Jay does have duds but his ability to adapt to the modern times and flows is what makes his music in the late 90s and 2000's better than Nas during the same period.
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  • Re: Kendrick Lamar Says His Next Album Will Focus on God


    Rapper Kendrick Lamar is working on a followup to 2015’s To Pimp a Butterfly, and according to an interview with The New York Times, the project will go in a completely new direction.

    In the interview, Lamar discussed how Butterfly and his debut album good kid, m.A.A.d. city looked at injustice, violence and growing up in Compton, Calif., surrounded by gangs. But, for his new album, which is currently in the works, Lamar is taking on a different idea: faith. He said,

    “To Pimp a Butterfly” was addressing the problem. I’m in a space now where I’m not addressing the problem anymore. We’re in a time where we exclude one major component out of this whole thing called life: God. Nobody speaks on it because it’s almost in conflict with what’s going on in the world when you talk about politics and government and the system.

    Though his previous albums had larger scopes and brought in a lot of narrative themes, references to Christianity have been prevalent in Lamar’s music. good kid, m.A.A.d. city even opens with this prayer:

    Lord God, I come to you a sinner, and I humbly repent for my sins. I believe that Jesus is Lord. I believe that you raised him from the dead. I will ask that Jesus will come to my life and be my Lord and savior. I receive Jesus to take control of my life, and that I may live for him from this day forth. Thank you lord Jesus for saving me with your precious blood. In Jesus name, amen.

    So far, there’s no release date for his new album.

    Hmm this concept sounds like....

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