What went right?
lets try to keep it to 50% tunes, 45% discussion, 5% banter/memes
remember 2016 is our year
What ever happened to lorde?
why do people give hip hop shit for being repetitive when several influential genres/artists (krautrock, early electronic, prog rock, swans, neu!) are praised for such structures?
When will y'all stop sucking this man's dick?
There's nothing special about his lyrics.
Anyone can tell a story and the way he does isn't special because he uses "big" words, has a weird voice, and uses old school beats.
Kendrick Lamar is just a mainstream Immortal Technique or Tech N9ne.
Can we agree in an updated /mu/core?*
* albums that are frequently discussed, referenced, or enjoyed by /mu/
How the hell do you listen to music?
I can't pay attention to a whole song, let alone an album, minus random lapses of time where I mystically am focused on the music, I otherwise can not focus on this shit.
There's almost zero stimulation. Be it poppy dance music or long winded "gorgeous" experimental music. No difference. All have no engagement.
But I know most of your secrets.
Most of you are fake as fuck and put on albums while browsing /mu/ or doing something else.
Most of you are no different than me, music provides little to no stimulation...
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Who is the better artist, Kanye West or Dave Grohl?
Almost all of the most critically acclaimed hip hop artists like Kendrick, Biggie, and Nas have little to no musical talent. They don't know how to play an instrument or even properly compose a song. They are just a bunch of niggers howling about drugs money and women over beats they didn't make.
Here if anyone ever actually needed a shitposting template
How is *genre* considered a serious genre?
Almost all of the most critically acclaimed *genre* artists like *artists* have little to no musical talent. They don't know how to play an instrument or even properly compose a song. They are just a bunch of *slur* howling about drugs money and women over *musical component* they didn't make.
How is /mu/ considered a serious board?
Almost all of the most critically acclaimed shitposters like Montie have little to no meming talent. They don't know how to make an image macro or even properly compose charts. They are just a bunch of neckbeard faggots howling about Kanye, the Beatles, and Carly Rae over memes they didn't make.
How many of these albums do you enjoy, /mu/?
Which is better?
Alright so now everyone's stopped chopping onions over David Bowie
Is it good?
'This guy is going to go down in history as one of the most cherished and influential musicians of all time, and when he does I can say I was part of that era, when hip hop and music in general was revolutionised!'
Are Kendrick fans the worst on this board? I think I actually stomach the Kanye fans more at this stage. By the way I like his albums, but he attracts the most desperate of music snobs
I hate how people act like this dude spitting coffee shop poetry over "jazzy" production is like the second coming of Jesus. People get mad at him for telling black people to stop killing each other though lmao
I guess all it takes is one artist with some original tracks to be considered a true hero and pioneer of our time. I like his music too, and some parts of his message, but I agree that the praise is getting out of hand.
Hey /mu/, am I one of you now?
Let's talk about Xanax music. My friends and I are all in college and its fucking huge. A lot of the guys in my fraternity, and theirs, eat sticks for fun on a daily basis. People like future have made music that basically only makes sense on Xanax and or another downer (especially with alcohol).
Xanax music discussion?