I still don't' see how this discredits the music? So he had a team assist him and gave credit to every single person. It's his name and his product in the end....Do you like or dislike the product. It is music....we aren't talking like oh the ingredients in the food are terrible so when i eat it its bad for me...but it tastes good. This isn't effecting your health...its just music. If you read the credits and let it sway your opinion on the music as a final product thats just stupid to me.
There is an argument to make for everything. Kanye has a huge team so he isn't really that talented...but it takes a big man to surround himself with people that are better then you at certain things and acknowledge that and let them help you. A lot of people can't do that and that can stunt growth. Its all circular to me and in the end there is one thing...the music...so take it or leave it...but trying to discredit the artist by saying he had too many people help him is just pointless.
I didn't even read the credits to arrive at my own conclusion that the album was one of, it not the worse I've ever heard.
People mention Kanye and growth in the same breath, but have we come to the point where dudes are just ignoring lyrical content?
Remember if a dude puts out an album that is within the genre of hip hop, more so than any other genre the lyrics will be placed under a microscope. Kanye seems to get a pass for being a trash rapper.
All because he enlists 10 dudes to give a track some type of orchestra feel, stadium music feel, or now is it called "goon house"?
"Goon house" is catching on!
I'm bout to get tshirts made.
ill buy a couple