Today, rap music is filled with messages that tell its consumers what to buy and how much one must spend in order to be cool, hip, accepted, successful, and one of the new popular go-to words, “relevant.” When Jay-Z proclaimed the only way to look cool and get women in a club was to “pop” bottles of $200 bottles of Cristal, people followed suit.
By virtue of being a defiant rallying cry of Millenial protestors from Ferguson to Yale University, Kendrick Lamar’s “Alright” is the most powerful song of this era.
What made Muhammad Ali a true giant wasn’t his undeniable athletic prowess but his unwavering stance against white supremacy and the system that supports it; the very system Clinton and his cronies have always benefited from.
It is a must-attend one-of-a-kind conference that is designed to help attendees understand and navigate the direction of the music business.
Drake sells 851,675 week one with “Views”. Beyonce’s “Lemonade drops 60% week two.