DJ Khaled: he the best. Or is he?
I love good hip hop.
50 Cent was, for a period, the most dominant rapper in the game.
There’ll be 64 songs, 16 apiece in each of the four regions: his three studio albums, (1) Section.80, (2) good kid m.A.A.d. city, (3) To Pimp A Butterfly, and then the (4) best of the rest, a compilation of some early work, guest verses, and special performances. They’ll be seeded alphabetically, so no one gets hurt. Perfect.
Inspired a girl that had her read receipts turned on.
Let’s talk about rap.
It takes wisdom to make the most of humility and it pays off. Who gets better features than Rick Ross? Nobody.
She’s creeped out at first, and rightfully so.
You know about Drake, but he’s at his best when he’s musically complex and personally challenging/brooding, such as in “Days In The East” or “Marvin’s Room.”
I had the pleasure of talking with Miss Eaves and consider it an honor and privilege to be the first on Thought Catalog to introduce ya’ll. Spoiler alert: I asked her to be my friend and she accepted.