Did this only change hip-hop, or music as a whole?
Use details and evidence to support your claim.
Neither. Don't get me wrong it's a great wrong but it hasn't shown much influence in hip-hop, and there've been plenty of better albums before it.
Again, it's a great album but it didn't change anything.
I haven't been following contemporary music too seriously in the past few years, but I think MBDTF opened the door for "emotional" rappers like J Cole, Drake, and Future. Hell, I'd say Yung Lean and Bones wouldn't be where they are today without this album.
What does /mu/ think of The Garden and the Vada Vada scene?
Reminder that Linkin Park actually made a good album.
what are your favorite songs?
i grew up with her songs on the radio basically, so i never payed a lot of attention to her or her music, but now im actually listening
-we belong together
-against all odds
It's a little unfair to say that because we're talking about fucking Mariah Carey here. There's only one and there will only ever be one, the passion is matched it's just in a different way
From last year
starting with a classic
shiet, that's not the poseur hater one.
How come no one ever made a better album?
Albums that took way too many listens to 'click'
this and xxx. which was really odd considering Im a really big fan of all of dannys material, including Old and all his older mixtapes, but XXX just never vibed well with me until the other day
ITT: the most overrated album in a bands discography
What's the deal with /mu/ hating Memewie all of a sudden?
You all should learn how to embrace, not hate.
Ddi the man who invented meme school go to meme school?
Hmmm... ok den
I live nearby John Lennon's childhood home and strawberry fields. Should I write "absolute madman" on the gate?
What does /mu/ think of Angel Olsen?
i want to do unspeakable things to her delicious body
music's alright, but i'd rather be listening to marissa nadler or karen dalton
rip phife dawg
pic or hospice? why?