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  3. Whew bout damn time the good sis gets praise like this
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    Oh I just saw that you're trying to shade her in her own section. Gurl, you really tried it. Expect to get attacked by lambs when you're trying to shade her in her own section.
  5. 10. Mariah Carey, Caution Mariah Carey’s tally of Billboard chart toppers is second only to the Beatles, and this fall’s Caution, her fifteenth album, is a short, sweet reminder of reasons people love the diva (spoiler: vocals) and reasons to fear her wrath. Step out of line, and get memorialized in a hit single, like the poor souls who inspired the harsh “GTFO” and “A No No” must have. Play nice, stay put, and enjoy a shower of love and affection. Source
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    Well, it really depends on who you are talking about because that's a gross generalization of us as a whole.
  7. At the peak of The Black Eyed Peas' popularity, the group became known for songs such as “Let’s Get It Started,” a reworked version of the 2003 Elephunktrack titled “Let’s Get Retarded.” On the original song’s chorus, Black Eyed Peas sing: It’s clear that addition of a pop singer and subsequent move to a more accessible sound was instrumental to Black Eyed Peas' success. At the time, the group drew the same kind of criticism that will.i.am levels at modern rappers in the Rolling Stone interview. sdfklsjdkfjsdkldsjkfkl not Genius dragging
  8. will.i.am of The Black Eyed Peas is a hip-hop veteran over two decades into his career, and Rolling Stone recently asked him to weigh in about the viability of hip-hop as the dominant form of popular music. In his response, the Los Angeles native took the opportunity to critique modern rappers. “The problem with hip-hop is everybody could do it,” will.i.am said. “It doesn’t take much fucking skill right now to make hip-hop. It’s become the lowest-hanging fruit.” He elaborated that today’s rap doesn’t have any substance. “It’s no longer about Rakim-level, Nas-level, not the deep, metaphorical simile shit,” will.i.am said. “Out of respect for the Nases of the world, let’s not call it hip-hop.” Source
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    It's a perfect 10 for me! One of the best tracks on Caution imo
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    Okay, I know there might be another host to replace Ron but I've decided that I'm quitting. I've been contemplating on quitting especially after the FL/FT era (when I release the album next year) so quitting now won't make any difference anyway. I'll complete the Mariah album though cause the album is a passion project of mine and a lot of the stuff on the record is about me and @Robert. so it'll see the light of day someday. Below has been a little something I have been planning for Jungkook and it was gon come in January. Two song lyrics have seemed to vanished when I actually finished writing it and I have yet to finish writing the last song, so I guess this is what y'all gon get! The EP is called Distortion and it's inspired by computer files being corrupted or something. EP1 - 왜곡 (Distortion) 1. Intermission 2. 암호화 됨 (Encrypted) 3. 왜곡 (Distortion) 4. 타락한 생각 (Corrupted Thoughts) 5. Lost Forever w/ Tinashe 6. Erase The Dawn English Lyrics There's the Mariah Christmas EP release below. It was gon come out this coming week. I think I lost a verse or two, and I was gonna write something but then I saw the thread. Love y'all and I'll be posting FL/FT when I'm done with it next year! Happy December y'all!
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    mariah on the voice france