I like to buy them. Hold them. Lay on the floor and read them and look at the pictures while I’m listening to the album. I like to read the liner notes.
Not only did I date liars, cheaters and losers, but also gang members, alcoholics, criminals – and most of the time, one man combined several of these attributes.
A then-unknown Yeezus rapped about (among other things) Alanis Morissette’s propensity for irony. (It was culturally relevant back then, okay.)
You know young high powered career types care just as much about popping bottles so you’re basically just imagining your weekend when you’re singing along in your head. Everybody knows someone that has a table somewhere.
50 brings a unique and wise perspective to just about every topic he speaks on. But it rarely comes through in his music.
I want to be cool.
Sometimes it’s not the crime that’s being punished but the lifestyle behind the crime.
Being one of the areas of the music industry that heavily contributes to female objectification, this shift in female-rapper status is exactly what our society needs.
Drinking cough syrup is cool as hell.
I get interrogated by an officer, but because I watched Justin Bieber’s deposition, my answers are obnoxious I end up being kept more hours than I deserve.