Oppinions on the industry

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wacos28
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Tue Mar 21, 2017 12:14 am

Why can't substance be obtained anymore in songs? Shit is ridiculous every genre of music is turning trash now. Don't get me wrong not all of the new aged music is trash. Some of it is good stuff but damn will the music industry ever revert back to actually having lyrics that make sense or naw it's done?

What y'all think?

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Bama Screwhead
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Tue Mar 21, 2017 12:46 am

I agree with u 100% ! To me it seems like the lifestyle for some determines the type of music they like to listen to. I don't think the music industry is completely gone down the drain, but someone better grab a plunger fast cause it's on it's way!⚰

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J-Don
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Tue Mar 21, 2017 12:52 am

this is a very tired subject fam, but i'll give ya some food for thought

it's true that music nowadays is much different than the 90's or even the 2000's, but you gotta look at how we are living.

you can look at our aggregate economy as one big supply and demand chart and shit like improvements in technology very so often increases supply to the point where services like music become like fast food; it is relatively cheap and ready to be consumed by the masses at exponential amounts

so yes, at such rates you are bound to see the creativity in music decline as it becomes more like a market-based commodity, especially with popular genres like pop and rap. You will also see that this sort of music will stick to a formula that will have the masses consuming in high amounts in order to maximize profits for record labels. Because that is what our system is all about.

That being said, music also changes over time because niggas are still humans in this bitch and they don't want to always be listening to the same shit all the time. So yes, even if the subject matter doesn't change, the way it is presented will. So unless you are robot, you won't take issue with that

You can combine these two general phenomena into a hybrid explanation of what is going on today. Music will always change with time, but whether it will change for the better or for the worse depends on how it is being handled as a commodity.

i'd encourage you and you other old heads to start thinking about how your discontent with the new era translates into how our society functions as a whole

i'm just sayin tho

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Tue Mar 21, 2017 7:47 pm

Bc idiots like repetition

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Tue Mar 21, 2017 9:45 pm

Don't worry Big Krit is about to drop some new shit soon

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Wed Mar 29, 2017 7:50 pm

music goes in cycle...party - conscious - gangsta - southern - turn up...
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Rest in Peace 3-2 the Governor

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Pre-K
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Mon Jun 05, 2017 10:09 pm

heres my oppinion on the music industry

i wish pac was still alive

rip pac
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Pre-K =


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Pre-K wrote:
Mon Jun 05, 2017 10:09 pm
heres my oppinion on the music industry

i wish pac was still alive

rip pac
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mfeswhtx wrote:
Thu May 18, 2017 8:50 pm
jesus christ imagine if the rest of us didnt live in the basement at our mom's house we'd prob be just like boy c

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Pre-K
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Thu Jun 08, 2017 6:41 pm

damn im the goat but pac was the realest

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Mex
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Thu Jun 08, 2017 7:08 pm

Word Up Son
If it wasn't for Pre-K, da game would've died centuries ago

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Pre-K
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Thu Jun 08, 2017 8:48 pm

keepin this shit alive shawty missin pac errday

https://soundcloud.com/pre-kay-hard-2-h ... s-buy-that
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Thu Jun 08, 2017 10:24 pm

dat pre kay song make me she sum ghettto tearz thinkin bout pac

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J-Don wrote:
Tue Mar 21, 2017 12:52 am
this is a very tired subject fam, but i'll give ya some food for thought

it's true that music nowadays is much different than the 90's or even the 2000's, but you gotta look at how we are living.

you can look at our aggregate economy as one big supply and demand chart and shit like improvements in technology very so often increases supply to the point where services like music become like fast food; it is relatively cheap and ready to be consumed by the masses at exponential amounts

so yes, at such rates you are bound to see the creativity in music decline as it becomes more like a market-based commodity, especially with popular genres like pop and rap. You will also see that this sort of music will stick to a formula that will have the masses consuming in high amounts in order to maximize profits for record labels. Because that is what our system is all about.

That being said, music also changes over time because niggas are still humans in this bitch and they don't want to always be listening to the same shit all the time. So yes, even if the subject matter doesn't change, the way it is presented will. So unless you are robot, you won't take issue with that

You can combine these two general phenomena into a hybrid explanation of what is going on today. Music will always change with time, but whether it will change for the better or for the worse depends on how it is being handled as a commodity.

i'd encourage you and you other old heads to start thinking about how your discontent with the new era translates into how our society functions as a whole

i'm just sayin tho
You are such a faggot
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