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10 months ago

Free The Wave 🌊🌊🌊

Do you feel like Hip Hop glorifies rappers MORE once they are incarcerated? Can jail really be used as a marketing ploy? What are your thoughts? Comment away!


a year ago

SEVY's 7

So I think this might be a thing. My top 7 songs of the week. Some of them you may know, others you might not. With that said, I just want to share some tunes that I feel are dope and definitely worth a listen. Feel free to comment some of your favs of the week as well. Let's go! 1. SiR - In the Sky 2. Xavier Omär - Grown Woman 3. Isaiah Rashad - Stuck in the Mud (feat. SZA) 4. Travis Scott - RaRa (feat. Lil Uzi Vert) https://soundcloud.com/travisscott-2/travis-scott-uzi-ra-ra-1 5....See More

The backwards thinking of the community. They glorify rappers in prison as being real. Culture vultures use it as a marketing strategy all the time, the only person I can recall that made a classic album as soon as they were released from jail was 2Pac. Everyone else it seemed as hey fell off. Good topic

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Everyone love Gucci since he's been out of jail. Now Max B is the next one. I don't think it's purposely glorified but it does have a effect on the masses.

@Monique Beasley yeah, unfortunately, in some cases I think it can. Only because there are still some foolish people who believe jail gives rappers a "cool" factor.

@Amaris after a rapper is locked up, the 1st thing the label does is a "free (insert rapper name here)" campaign (ex). Charging for merch and promoting whatever music the artist has yet to release.

@Amaris yeah he's been doing a couple features since he got out. Idk if a full project is coming though.