Much better. And no, I didn't know you were still phantom quoting a lawyer from several pages ago
But again, a lot of you should stop taking Kanye's influence on YOU, and maybe your social circle, and stop projecting it on a "whole generation" or a "culture" (that vast, vague, almost indefinable term that people love to throw around so freely).
Drake could mean as much to a kid in Toronto or a kid going through a break up as Kanye means to YOU.
You're quick to dismiss what Wayne means to people, or Drake means to people. People who are part of the "culture". But Wayne had kids dressing ridiculous at one point. As did Kanye.
Who can gauge who is more "influential" in the grand scheme of things?
Drake was all over Sportscenter this AM. Was in the news last week for the Diddy ****. These minor news hits (Seth Rogen, Sony leak), in this day and age where EVERYTHING is news, are not "significant", at least to me, in the grand scheme of things.
And let me say one thing. Let's say Kanye might be the most "influential" to a certain age group. Likely younger.
I don't know anyone over 30 really checking for Kanye for anything other than music. But we are watching Jay's moves in AWE.
Are we not part of the "culture"? Even with that said, you don't catch me saying he's the "most influential" to the "culture". Because I feel that's a simpleton's train of thought. Because we watch Diddy's moves. And what Swizz does. Or Dame does as well.
We have officially been reduced to circles here. Hope we get some new music soon. I think I liked "Lunch Money" more than most.