Monday, November 9, 2015

NEW MUSIC: @THEREALBANNER FEAT. @RUDYCURRENCE-MARRY ME

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CHECK OUT THE CONVERSATION THAT ME AND SOME OTHERS HAD CONCERNING HIP HOP.  The single is available for purchase right now on Itunes. Marry Me!

Yes David Banner. 👏🏾 so many important nuggets in this interview. The fact that he said 35&up are truly financing the hip hop movement now. Which I honestly believe it’s because of the loyalty to the culture no matter how far “off topic” it has gone. We are all waiting to someday see it come full circle. I feel the same about RnB
And what he spoke about black women..kudos-CM

 Agreed… I wanna hear music that relates to my experience right now but there’s barely anyone making it…
But I love the culture so much I still listen and buy…
But most of the music isn’t relevant to me… And you would think since the artist have grown up they would make it but they are catering to the youth…
Jadakiss said some real important pieces as well about the culture…
We used to study the culture…
They just don’t do that anymore…
I wasn’t born in the 70s or the 60s but I know the music…-TSCOTT19

 Because hip hop is a “career” now. It’s a job, just a financial Come up. Understand what I mean there. It’s not like they wake up and go to bed with a “lane” that is the foundation of themselves that is authentic to the culture. Just as JadaKiss stated they don’t study the greats. It’s great to put your special gifting cause it’s what makes it u, but to do “what sells” vs what’s in your heart (a lot of times) is what makes the music/culture lose its authenticity. It’s another one of Those things I thing u should be born to do. Because whatever amount of influence u are given u indeed do have a responsibility to your audience. As it pertains to what u are serving. The artist we grew up with went the “do what sells route” they say to survive the game, the problem is the entire body of what becomes what “sells” vs staying true somewhere on there lol. Real talk name a young emcee who u could take on a nyc street corner, and no pre written rhymes battle someone and come out victorious?-CM

 The problem I have with most of “this” generation of Hip Hop is it mainly focuses on material things. Hip Hop use to be about culture, telling stories, social issues.  But this generation got trapped in the money of it all.  That’s all they focus on, No Substance. GREAT beats…..but no substance. Even in this generation R&B they focus more on material/physical things.  Like her ass/tits can only get to big…..then what? Our generation R&B use to make you want to……the songs were erotic and as soon as you heard them you instantly was in the mood.  Yes, you are right CM. I’m waiting as well for it to return to it’s original state for atleast a better version of it. -TESA29


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