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post #61 of 127
Post lowkey came out with the best album last night
post #62 of 127
I thought this poser went back to country/techno until I saw tunelinks have his album up
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post #63 of 127

you know I don't think it's fair whenever we talk about horrible artists out right now we always go to Yachty and co. Post Malone deserves to be listed right there w/ him. 

post #64 of 127
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you know I don't think it's fair whenever we talk about horrible artists out right now we always go to Yachty and co. Post Malone deserves to be listed right there w/ him. 

Like Peep said we thought he already vultured the culture and left. Guess not.
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you know I don't think it's fair whenever we talk about horrible artists out right now we always go to Yachty and co. Post Malone deserves to be listed right there w/ him. 

I wouldn't say horrible just cause his last mixtape was unexpectedly good and catchy, but as far as a dude you can consider a plant/forced, most definitely
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post #66 of 127
Ain't mad at this album. A lot better than I expected it to be.

Some solid tracks that'll be getting spins from me.
post #67 of 127
Cool album to me, like his songs way better than Uzi, Yachty and whatever else
post #68 of 127
Gave dude a shot an the album aint bad at all.

I can rock with a good bit of songs on here.

He should send Fall Apart to the radio for sure.
post #69 of 127

cannot stand this wannabe kneegrow

post #70 of 127
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The acceptance of this blatant culture vulture. Industry plant and culture vulture are overused words but post Malone is the poster boy for that **** mean.gif
post #71 of 127
Man, all I know is "I Fall Apart" is ******* fantastic. nthat.gif
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Man, all I know is "I Fall Apart" is ******* fantastic. nthat.gif
Other than that the album is hot doo doo butter
post #73 of 127
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Originally Posted by Rollinwithangel View Post

The acceptance of this blatant culture vulture. Industry plant and culture vulture are overused words but post Malone is the poster boy for that **** mean.gif

What is he jackin? The way he dresses?

If dude was black then it woukd be coo to make music like this?

Im trying to understand the hate for dude. The music is actually good.
post #74 of 127
An obvious plant is an obvious plant. Most people in here have given credit that he's made some pretty good music. But a poser is a poser. It wasn't too long ago he was "giving up rap" and heading back to his country/techno stuff after siphoning money from rap. Now he's back with an album with a handful of rappers on it. People have said the same about Travis Scott, Drake, and Asap Rocky.
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post #75 of 127
There's alot of country on this album tho, dude is tryna balance it out.
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An obvious plant is an obvious plant. Most people in here have given credit that he's made some pretty good music. But a poser is a poser. It wasn't too long ago he was "giving up rap" and heading back to his country/techno stuff after siphoning money from rap. Now he's back with an album with a handful of rappers on it. People have said the same about Travis Scott, Drake, and Asap Rocky.

The same way how it wasn't that long ago that people were still spewing this negativity in his direction. God forbid a 21 year old kid makes an impulsive decision or speaks before thinking. laugh.gifmean.gif

Rap is so critical that it defeats itself time and time again. The originators wanted to express themselves and used that expression to convey their thoughts and opinions to other groups of people. Hip hop/rap was a voice of the people that was successfully heard by others. Now other people have shown appreciation for the culture to the point where they attempt inclusion, as it's been and influencer in their lives... and they're immediately labeled vultures. Meanwhile, the majority of people who aren't being labeled "vultures" are the ones who see this as a lane in which they can make a fast buck and do so without having any respect for "the culture". We give them a pass for that ******** behavior since thev've got the correct skin tone... but that stuff isn't right.
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post #77 of 127
Ya but that's how the culture is raised and it's cheered on

The vulture talk is different tho, cuz dudes like Drake swear ppl be stealing flows and he's the biggest leech in the game.
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post #78 of 127
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Ya but that's how the culture is raised and it's cheered on

I'd argue that this being the case is way more detrimental to the culture than Post Malone or Drake could ever be.
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post #79 of 127
In other words its the fans stupidity & blind acceptance to blame for the creation of Post Malone & other vultures?

Where theres a crowd, theres always a bunch of ppl easy to manipulate
post #80 of 127
Not sure if that question was intended for me.

But my point is the term culture vulture is tossed around too loosely. There are more prevalent cases that could be considered CV than a white kid from Dallas.
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post #81 of 127
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Not sure if that question was intended for me.

But my point is the term culture vulture is tossed around too loosely. There are more prevalent cases that could be considered CV than a white kid from Dallas.

It was really just a general question. Tbh i could barely tell you were defending him lol

I do think Post Malone is the complete definition of a culture vulture & even more so an industry plant

But at this point, its whatever
post #82 of 127
The term ain't thrown around enough to me and rap should be critical and give certain people the stiff arm when it's warranted. It's white and black vultures. The Yachty's and Uzi's get called out to.


And this Post Malone dude is a obvious plant/vulture. laugh.gif
post #83 of 127
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Took his guitar to the pawnshop and left with a gold grill, switched up the country two step for the dab :{

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Originally Posted by a blinkin View Post

Not sure if that question was intended for me.

But my point is the term culture vulture is tossed around too loosely. There are more prevalent cases that could be considered CV than a white kid from Dallas.

 

 

Culture vulture is tossed around too loosely, Post Malone is the perfect case for the term culture vulture not to mention his manager is lyor cohen seed

 

 

like seriously 

 

post #85 of 127

On one hand...

 

He very well could be a culture vulture

 

But on the other, what if that ***** just likes slugs and braids?

 

I'd really only consider him a culture vulture if he was out here rapping about hood **** but bruh is literally trying to be a pop star. He separated himself from the XXL List to not take up a spot and his album features virtually no straight up rapping.

 

Society wants to put people in categories so bad.

 

I can't co-sign golds and braids being something that only blacks can rock otherwise there are negative intentions. It would be different if he changed up his origins, the way he talked, etc. but dude will certainly admit that he used to be and still is a weird/geek/whatever and just likes the braids and golds.

 

I guess we'll see in a few years if he still is rocking the golds but IDK. That's corny to me to say, you can't like this because you're white. That's the same mentality as saying a black kid can't like traditionally "white" stuff like skateboarding, rock music*, etc.

 

*I'm well aware of the origins of rock music because I know one of you fake *** Huey Newton ****** were about to go there but you get what I'm saying. What's the line between being a culture vulture and everyone just sticking to what traditionally has been of their race?

post #86 of 127

It's always a ***** apologizing for these crackers. **** is hilarious really :lol. Guarantee you if 21 Savage wanted to become one of the Jonas Brothers and went got his hair slicked back, and started dressing like Ryan Gosling...I guarantee there wouldn't be a bunch of pie *** white boys trying to explain to you why "maybe that's just what 21 likes". 

 

It's documented that he was on punk indie ****. That ***** was making fruity *** videos in booty shorts to some weird *** elevator music. The braids and fronts to go with his "image" was contrived. 

 

If that's being Huey Newton...I'll be that over whatever you ****** consider yourselves to be.

post #87 of 127
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Originally Posted by STARBOY View Post
 

It's always a ***** apologizing for these folks. **** is hilarious really :lol. Guarantee you if 21 Savage wanted to become one of the Jonas Brothers and went got his hair slicked back, and started dressing like Ryan Gosling...I guarantee there wouldn't be a bunch of pie *** white boys trying to explain to you why "maybe that's just what 21 likes". 

 

It's documented that he was on punk indie ****. That ***** was making fruity *** videos in booty shorts to some weird *** elevator music. The braids and fronts to go with his "image" was contrived. 

 

If that's being Huey Newton...I'll be that over whatever you ****** consider yourselves to be.

 

It's never that serious bra edit that before they make you get a new SN again.

 

You also have to realize that people can naturally just be trendy or change.

 

Do you dress exactly the same as you did 2-4 years ago?

 

As a whole cornrows and golds weren't really trendy items for my generation until A$AP Rocky. 

 

As a whole the game was on diamonds in their mouth and ****. In the south they were still huge but don't play dumb like those two weren't things that recently had an overall resurgence. Braids were played out by the mid-late 2000's.

 

Is this ***** trying to vulture your culture or is he just being trendy?

 

He's still making indie pop...added a post Rocky rap aesthetic because that's what sells and is trendy right now and has been for the majority of the decade. This isn't Slim Jesus who is making drill music but grew up in Bubble****, Wisconsin.

 

That being said, I'll gladly concede to him being a culture vulture if we come back to this post in 2017-2019 and he comes out of nowhere looking like Adam Levine or some ****.

post #88 of 127
Like flesh said.......whT if he likes braids and gold teeth?


To blacks its not ok. Thats ****** stupid.

Im brown and i know white boys thag PUT IN WORK to earn them gold slugs, and i also know some white boys that get money and EARNED them gold slugs.

I cant stand when people say culture vulture off materialistic ****. It aint like homeboy talmbout some dope ****.

Ohhh your skin color is nit enough for you to have a certain swag. Musics good but since your not my color your music is weak and your swagger jackin.


Backwards ***, hypocrite ***, double standard *** ****.
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Like flesh said.......whT if he likes braids and gold teeth?


To blacks its not ok. Thats ****** stupid.

Im brown and i know white boys thag PUT IN WORK to earn them gold slugs, and i also know some white boys that get money and EARNED them gold slugs.

I cant stand when people say culture vulture off materialistic ****. It aint like homeboy talmbout some dope ****.

Ohhh your skin color is nit enough for you to have a certain swag. Musics good but since your not my color your music is weak and your swagger jackin.


Backwards ***, hypocrite ***, double standard *** ****.

 

 

 

This is funny cause you and Flesh are the only ones making it about his skin color. You notice how no one ever calls or has called paul wall a culture vulture? Same with the alchemist.

 

I like how you tried to dumb the whole thing down to a white boy with a gold grill, that was good.

post #90 of 127
So how is he a culture vulture? Cuz he makes good music and happens to rock a grill and braids while being versatile and able to chase money in different avenues like rap country and folk?
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