Ye told his fans the same thing at Governors Ball.
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Pusha T references the incident on his latest single, “Numbers on the Board”
Johnson was formally known as “Ochocinco” before he changed his name back to Chad Johnson in mid 2012.
Yeezy taught us.
The Yeezus cover looks something like a super bare mastered version:
Likewise, Yeezy isn’t on the cover of any magazines right now
Coincidentally, Ye HAS sold millions of records — over 10.9 million in the US in total. Every single album he’s made (5) has gone platinum. His debut album, College Dropout sold 3.2 million.
Just like Jay said.
I appreciate that!
Ye might be referring to his 2010 album My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy or 2008’s 808s & Heartbreaks, BOTH of which came out in the month of November.
Yeah, we do:
Ye’s rant in London where he calls out “Suit & Tie,” the Grammys, and sponsors.
The Adult Swim show for Upfronts, where Ye went in on the paparazzi and his comedic role on SNL.
But, it’s all good, since we’d rather be a DICK than a swallower.
Feel you, Ye.
The radio is controlled by large record labels and independent promoters who pay the stations to add certain songs to their DJ’s playlists. Since record labels can’t legally pay radio stations, these promoters serve as the middle men. As you can imagine, and as Kanye points out, the result is a lack of variety on the air waves since this likely cuts out independent artists unable to compete.
Lack of diversity in ownership of this industry also contributes to the drone of repetitive, low-quality radio play. Clear Channel owns over 850 radio stations, reaching 110 million people.
A rather ironic statement, considering this line from a few months ago