Originally Posted by Al Audi
Originally Posted by ThorrocksJs
Dudes talking about this what they play in clubs were the dress code almost tells them you blacks ain't welcome here
im the type of black dude in real life i mess with ppl of all backgrounds...............i do prefer a spot with a nice dress code verse dudes walkin around in lebrons and fitteds if its a night spot
i was suppose to go to governors ball but that rain was no deal for me......goin with white dude i know.........but then you can catch me at some hole in the wall uncle murda or waka flaka show in new haven. i mess with white, spanish, black.....all
no cornball brotha just cultured.........a reason i like NT also. diversity
and thats fine, and respect to your diversity.
But at this point I figured that this album is just pandering to a crowd, who really won't give a 'f' about the next kanye project...and it does a bad job of pandering in the first place. This album gets a pass because it's Kanye, and that may be a good thing or even a bad thing...but if people are exposed to different music because of it then good. But Kanye has executed some of this album ideas much better in the past (see: stronger, can't tell me nothing, drunk n hot girls etc)
but who's to say that a dude who bumps the purple tape and old rakim can't mingle with 'all people'. Hip Hop by definition should gain you entry into any damn room you want...it shouldn't be compromised to placate highminded pitchfork critics.