Isco91

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  • jdotperiod

    Yo, you took the words out of my mouth about Iggy!!! She def turns up into the "scary white girl" when called out! It's so predictable. Yet, as you pointed out, when yt girls like her have negroes like Tip and Nick Young cop for her, they feels protected. I wouldn't be surprised if she winds up like Pink and goes all pop/rock in a year or two. She's not about that rap life. LOL. T.I. sounded like Damon Wayans' illiterate prisoner character that tried to spit knowledge on In Living Color! On another note, have you checked out Miguel's EP?

    il y a 3 heures Répondre
  • jdotperiod

    It seriously becomes another day as you become older IMO. Once you realize Santa ain't real, it just ain't the same. LOL. Does ATL have snow? We're slated to have a rainy, gloomy X-Mas. The only point I sorta disagreed w/ AB on was her point about Nicki but in retrospect, I see that she was just pointing out that Nicki has the right to play the same game the white girls do. AB's tears showed me that these are issues that are close to her heart and often on her mind. Her love for her people is thorough. I respect the hell out of her for that since most of her peers seem so desperate for white approval. I've also really grown to appreciate her music even more especially in light of the dismal state of mainstream hip hop. AB's whole "read" on T.I. was brutal but spot-in. Did you peep the accent she put on, bruh? She's MAD NYC! Right down the "mami" accent. Harlem girls don't take no shit!

    il y a 3 heures Répondre
  • jdotperiod

    Sorry the late response, man. Can you believe X-Mas is tomorrow? I didn't finish all of my shopping until a couple days ago. I'll probably head to Boston or NYC for New Years. A friend of mine usually has a big party every year in the city so if he has one this year, I'll probably go. LOL, introverts and extroverts actually make the best friends. They balance each other out. Thanks so much for that AB interview, bro! Damn, I'm an even bigger fan now! While I don't agree w/ some of her points, her passion and awareness is nothing short of commendable. My favorite part? The part where she said she didn't any "fuckin' validation from any white person" when dumb ass Ebro brought up Jay-Z taking a pic with Prince William! That's how I know she's real. Did you read about Q-Tip's tweet to Iggy and T.I.'s response? I look at Tip a little funny TBH.

    il y a 5 heures Répondre
  • jdotperiod

    Yeah, bro, you aren't exactly missing anything w/ Cole's latest so it's best to listen to when you ain't got shit else to listen to. LOL. Damn, is just 6 days away?! *whispers shamefully* I still haven't done my X-Mas shopping yet. * ducks head* It's all good tho since I'm only buying gift cards for everyone this year. X-Mas loses its wonder as you get older, no? Wow, you have some ill plans for the holidays! I don't have anything special planned yet. I'm definitely doing something big for NYE tho since I'm definitely moving this spring. And yes, I know about the relatives that ain't technically "related". LOL. You have a gang of godparents too?

    19 déc. 3h21m Répondre
  • jdotperiod

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B_BIKQfAgh4 It wasn't a big hit. I actually knew her more as an urban blog fixture than anything else. Cole has a large, dedicated fanbase. He has a very specific formula and gives that fan base what they want and expect. I'd give it a listen if I were you. It's his best studio set to date but that's not saying much. LOL. Do you have any big X-Mas and New Years plans?

    19 déc. 2h12m Répondre
  • jdotperiod

    I just remember Google Me. She's came a looonggg way from that on her debut. LOL. Check your inbox. Intro, January 28, '03 Adolescence and St. Tropez are the cuts I kept.

    18 déc. 4h14m Répondre
  • jdotperiod

    Yeah, she finally dropped it! I didn't expect much let alone anything as soulful and mature as what she delivered. Let me know if you need a link. Cole's latest is slightly better than its two predecessors even if the sound isn't all that different. He clearly has a formula that he's not budging from. I will say that it's pretty loaded as it declines into typical Cole blandness after the first 6 or so tracks. Honestly, I only kept four tracks from it in my library. What did you think of it?

    18 déc. 3h21m Répondre
  • jdotperiod

    I'll just say that NM has received her "nigga wakeup call" recently. Of course, "new black" is just an internet-age coinage for a type of black person who's been around for centuries.s I feel the same way about Tinashe's debut. I wasn't as blown away by it as many others were but I still feel that it's very solid. Strong Janet Jackson influence. Cold Sweat is my shit. If you like Aquarius, I'd recommend Teyana Taylor's debut. It's def one of my favorite R&B albums of the year.

    17 déc. 23h30m Répondre
  • jdotperiod

    Fair enough. I can't even remember the last time I watched or even cared about the Grammys. A lot of people don't see the Bartman stereotype in the Anaconda video. I don't know, the oversized asses, the jungle theme (I know, the song is called Anaconda, like the giant snake found in there, but still), etc. It just seemed to exploit that stereotype IMO. It at least winked at it, I say. Sadly, a lot of rap videos are similarly stereotypical. You like Tinashe's album?

    17 déc. 3h52m Répondre
  • jdotperiod

    Definitely. She still doesn't seem to know what kind of artist she wants to be. Perhaps, I was too harsh on her in the last shout. It just annoys me when some of these "new blacks" the media champions turn 'pro black' when the same folks whose approval they long for turn on them. The Grammy article is revealing: http://www.thefader.com/2014/12/12/10-reasons-the-grammys-are-as-white-as-you-think-they-are The Anaconda video is the one I speak of. I also can't complain about BM's rushed release! Honestly, I think a lot of big name artists will begin to release music that way in the future. Bey, D and Cole all proved that this model works.

    17 déc. 3h28m Répondre
  • jdotperiod

    For shit and giggles, I skimmed Nicki's latest. It's the first NM album I've ever checked out. It's primarily a downbeat break-up album, not the cotton candy dance-pop she's peddled to the masses. It's also more pop/R&B than pop/rap to my ears. It's quite overlong and jumbled too. She recently RT'ed a article about the Grammy's racism. It's eye-opening but her sudden racial consciousness seems suspect IMO. This is the same woman who called other BW "nappy headed hoes", wore fried chicken necklaces, shamelessly re-enacted the Hottentot Venus sterotype in a video and disrespected Malcolm X's image. She only seems salty b/c yt replaced her w/ one of their own (Iggy). JMHO, of course.

    17 déc. 2h32m Répondre
  • jdotperiod

    They sure will. The vinyl reissue of Voodoo is already almost out-of-print. I predict that the BM wax will retail for around $40+. I know that it will include the lyric sheet. This NYT article provides a lot of insight of BM's creation and marketing: http://www.nytimes.com/2014/12/17/arts/music/dangelos-black-messiah-was-released-in-a-rush.html The music is literally fresh off the presses. Oh, dude studied his Funkadelic and Sly albums faithfully. LOL. It's no coincidence that he performed some of both acts' deep album cuts at AfroPunk this past summer.

    17 déc. 2h28m Répondre
  • jdotperiod

    You're right, bro, the vinyl edition of BM will drop in February in time for Record Store Day. I know the price will be an arm and a leg but I missed the original vinyl issue of Voodoo so I may have to just bare it. LOL. I brought my CD hard copy from Best Buy during my lunch break today. First time I purchased a CD in years. (Cosmogramma was the last one.) D's mumbling reminds me so much of Sly's. Did you notice the FYMAYAWF allusion on the beginning of Ain't That Easy? Yeah, man, the timing of BM's arrival couldn't have been any better. It's 14 years late but right on time, if that makes sense.

    17 déc. 0h08m Répondre
  • jdotperiod

    BM's timing is insane since it definitely fits as a soundtrack to the times. It's about time, a major black artist created a body of work that's relevant to the thoughts, desires, fear and anger of the people. Moods Music is pretty popular nationwide. I'd love to see my ideas for TV dramas broadcast on cable so that the story can be told the way they should be. Network TV is too homogenized IMO. I'll share my ideas w/ you via inbox this week.

    16 déc. 1h47m Répondre
  • jdotperiod

    I copped BM this morning right before I got ready for work. Amazon also has MP3 and physical CD copies (as does Best Buy). I plan on getting the vinyl next week. Hopefully, it's not at an astronomical price. On the first few listens, I will say that this album was definitely worth the wait! It's a natural progression f/ Voodoo and like that album, it takes multiple listens before it sinks in. 1000 Deaths (my favorite; sounds like some early Funkadelic shit), The Charade (Parade-era Prince all the way), Really Love, Til It's Done and Another Life are my standouts at the moment even tho the entire album flows very well. My only complaint is that I can't understand a 95% of what he's saying! LOL. It's a shame too since the lyrics are often really deep. Especially on 1000 and Til It's Done. His mumbling made me miss the line about "making the pussy fart" on Sugah Daddy. Overall, I'm feeling a light 8/10. What do you think?

    16 déc. 1h44m Répondre
  • jdotperiod

    Although I have work in the morning, I will be staying up to 12 AM to download Black Messiah and even tho I HATE buying music f/ iTunes, I'll be copping it from there. One insider who attended the listening party in NYC earlier today said that the album is definitely worth the wait. Yo, I have not been this excited for a listen in years!!!!

    15 déc. 3h18m Répondre
  • jdotperiod

    Moods Music is well-known. There's a lot of live performances there, right? I remember either Big Boi or Dre mentioning Wax n Facts in an interview back in the day. Since there aren't any black TV dramas on primetime, RHOA will suffice. Speaking of such, I'm thinking of pitching two ideas I have for an hour-long drama soon.

    15 déc. 3h16m Répondre
  • jdotperiod

    They showed a TV ad for BM during RHOA w/ a slower sounding song in the vein of One Mo' Gin. When I heard Lookin' Ass Nigga, I thought Nicki truly was going back to her hardcore roots but I guess not. LOL. Honestly, I've never given any of Nicki's albums a chance not only b/c the singles were usually terrible but b/c they always seemed aimed at white teen girls. Hell, Gimme a Chance goes back to AB's mixtape days before she even had a deal. I was also surprised that 212 was on the album since it was on a previous EP. What are the good record stores in L5P? Apartments there seem expensive. I love West Coast g-funk. It's shinier sounding than the Southern variation but funky nevertheless.

    15 déc. 1h36m Répondre
  • jdotperiod

    I'm going to guess that you found DF's album at Little Five Points? LOL. I've been a huge fan of his for a minute. He definitely makes perfect riding music. I used to smoke to his music quite a bit during my college days too. LOL. I saw him live in D.C. around that time and built w/ him after his set. Really, really cool and humble dude. His collabo w/ Snoop is solid. I would've love to hear Snoop flow over some harder hitting funk but Dam's signature galactic G-Funk was just fine.

    15 déc. 0h13m Répondre
  • jdotperiod

    I have the same impression of Sugah Daddy. By the way Quest described BM's material, I figured it'd be more challenging and removed from his past sound. I wouldn't be surprised if it's one of the more accessible cuts on the album. We'll see Tuesday (if we're lucky-lol). I've never been a Nicki fan even during her NYC mixtape days. I just never took her seriously and I figured that she'd sing more. Is the hip hop on the album more hardcore? Azealia's album is so versatile and consistent. Most of the songs were previously released but that didn't take away from BWET's quality IMO.

    15 déc. 0h11m Répondre
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