ITT: musicians who are literally you
What is /mu/'s take on the 1975?
Does /mu/ like EDM? What would you recommend?
What is /mu/'s opinion on Azealia Banks?
Please name me artists active before 1968 who are influential to the modern pop landscape. I can think of:
>The Velvet Underground
>The Rolling Stones
I was in the audience. AMA
/Hip Hop General/
>Is Gucci Mane's new album going to revolutionize Hip Hop?
>Is 21 Savage the best of the XXL Freshman?
>RTJ3 Announcement Hype?
>Does the Blank Face track-list guarantee that it's going to be a ***** masterpiece?
>Still Brazy AOTY?
WEEB HOP > NIGGER HOP
Why do people feel the need to say they like something just because it's long?
How else can these ratings be justified, as they show that listening to 5 ok releases in a row, makes a great AOTY worthy release, which is simply not the case.
why are you so concerned with RYM? lol
besides is it really so crazy to think that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts? when viewed as one piece it's a super disorienting and overwhelming (in a good way) release, and the variety serves it well.
Music for getting drunk alone on a Friday night?
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Should chinks be allowed to make reggae considering how bad their track record is with it?
I've just listened to Chappie Don't Cry and I thought it was pretty good. King Master George is also excellent, but it's not as dubbey
> They're the embodiment of "how do you do fellow kids"
> Still unironically enjoy their albums
Should blacks be allowed to make classical music considering how bad their track record is with it?
I find it funny /mu/ hates AJJ and calls them cucks when they browse this board
>SG - I’ve been listening a lot to this guy who is actually from Austin named, Zachariah Holte. He does really cool nightmare music. There’s also this really cool rapper named Nikki Minaj that I’m into. I think she has a pretty bright future ahead of her.
I like AJJ. I just don't like anything after Can't Maintain. That album was the peak of their career and they still haven't realized it yet. It showed incredible growth and maturity, and then they regressed 10 times over afterwards.
This. All of their political and moral sentiments are really infantile - on the flipside, their reflections on depression/mania/love/life in general in Can't Maintain and their earlier albums are for the most part refreshingly genuine and unique. The music is uncomplicated but catchy, fun to listen to, and meshed well with their lyrics.
I saw them live once and the crowd sucked, though.
ITT: Your ideal music buddy