Discussion in 'The Booth' started by Real, Feb 13, 2019.
She's got anotheriana
You just totally missed the point of why Bruno is being pushed. Ok let me break this down. Beyoncé and Rihanna aren’t Phillipino immigrants doing soul/funk music. Bruno Mars makes the same music that whites enjoy while in similar vein as Raphael Saadiq but the later isn’t all on pop radio, award shows, etc. That’s why people say he’s a vulture, makes faux soul, etc
Idk if I'm feeling this. Oddly enough the verses to me were the best part. The hook seems to be missing something.
It will probably do well cause of Bruno and Cardi
This is fire.
Actually, I didn't miss any point. I was responding to your hypocrisy. You said "If he was Brandon Montell from Jackson, Miss he would never gotten the push." So I named 4 Black people who the industry pushes to point out the flaw in that argument. You weren't talking about people saying he was a vulture in your original argument, you're bringing that up now. You originally said he was probably a nice guy and that the industry treats him different because of his ethicnity.
Someone @ the broad that hated Bruno so much she made CNN
Song got me ready to get off work and fukk my girl
Raphael Saadiq is 50+, what singers in that age bracket are popping with the under 35 crowd?
Nicki gotta be sick.
I'm down for a Cardi B-Bruno collab album
Why would she?
She got a banger that dropped today too
No it’s not. You keep mentioning bu...bu...but this black artist is pushed like it’s remotely relevant to my OP. Beyoncé and Rihanna do not do country or grass folk. So I don’t know why you keep mentioning them
I was talking mid 90s to before he started doing doo wop. Not now
A less aggressive female rapper on this would be fire.