Everyone from Drake to Lil B has betrayed my trust.
"...it was too soon."
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The 30 best hip-hop and R&B LPs since January 1, 2010.
"He does, like, ten beats a day..."
"Totally uncalculated, all God."
In the midst of tragedy, CyHi experienced some of the best news of his life.
Ten of the greatest recent collections of talent on wax that pretty much suck.
10 years later, it turns out West's braggadocious presumption was correct.
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"The first time I told my mother, I didn’t use any words."
"They’re going to drop some surprise project on everybody."
Nina Simone basically was Kanye West before there ever was a Kanye.
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