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  • Echiham

    Is it actually cancel or more his music just became incredibly stale

    A mix of both but stale thing happened with Lil Baby too.

  • Feb 12
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    k dog 99

    How is it "doing numbers"?

    Do we have any predictions for sales?

    Source: I made it up

  • Veggie

    Source: I made it up

    They gonna be lucky if this hits 100k, talking about "commercial success"

  • Feb 12
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    Kendrik lama

    Ktse for Ariana Grande

    she’s about to be in wicked and ppl are actually looking forward to it. no she’s not 😭

  • I think Professor Griff is the only person in hip-hop who ever really got in trouble for being antisemitic.

  • Taylor Swift

  • sex defender

    she’s about to be in wicked and ppl are actually looking forward to it. no she’s not 😭

    That's why I'm saying keep the same energy for Ariana. Ironic how the movie name is "Wicked"

  • Feb 12
    glockglockglock

    hes also clearly not reaching the amount of people he should be and anyone whos not a stan can see it

    like yeah his last project did well streaming wise (which is not that meaningful) but theres so many people who just dont really care about what hes doing anymore because hes been disregarded as an unserious loon and that shouldnt be the case with kanye west

    pree much nailed it on the head, and i think kanye realized this durin this album release

  • OP
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    Kendrik lama

    Ktse for Ariana Grande

    Arrest her too

  • Feb 12
    Rock Mudson

    Rod Wave has done 6 figures before.

    Is Vultures gonna do 6 figures?

    30k MAX

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    Tyler had entire countries banning him & gets canceled on Tiktok like twice a year

  • Why Yesterday

    Tyler had entire countries banning him & gets canceled on Tiktok like twice a year

    Who

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    You have to do some R-Kelly/Weinstein level stuff to be truly cancelled, and even then, some people still listen to R-Kelly songs and I bet a lot of people still watch the movies Weinstein oversaw.

    That being said, Kanye's controversies have clearly damaged his career.

    07-09 was his peak mainstream popularity, and he permanently damaged that by interrupting Taylor Swift. Musically, he's never been that relevant since. It doesn't help that soon after, Drake blew up. One of Kanye's sons basically came in and has enjoyed the level of popularity Kanye definitely wants for himself.

    And ever since 2016, his controversies have massively overshadowed any music he put out. Ye stans can big up KSG or Donda all they like, but with the casuals, he hasn't had any truly iconic songs since the Yeezus era, "FourFiveSeconds" possibly being the exception.

    Currently, Kanye is basically like Post Allegation/Pre-Death Michael Jackson. For the casuals, dude is either a punchline, someone people want to see go away, or someone people look at and wish he was a good as he used to be.

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    Mr Bojangles

    You have to do some R-Kelly/Weinstein level stuff to be truly cancelled, and even then, some people still listen to R-Kelly songs and I bet a lot of people still watch the movies Weinstein oversaw.

    That being said, Kanye's controversies have clearly damaged his career.

    07-09 was his peak mainstream popularity, and he permanently damaged that by interrupting Taylor Swift. Musically, he's never been that relevant since. It doesn't help that soon after, Drake blew up. One of Kanye's sons basically came in and has enjoyed the level of popularity Kanye definitely wants for himself.

    And ever since 2016, his controversies have massively overshadowed any music he put out. Ye stans can big up KSG or Donda all they like, but with the casuals, he hasn't had any truly iconic songs since the Yeezus era, "FourFiveSeconds" possibly being the exception.

    Currently, Kanye is basically like Post Allegation/Pre-Death Michael Jackson. For the casuals, dude is either a punchline, someone people want to see go away, or someone people look at and wish he was a good as he used to be.

    TLOP he was at his biggest, the kardashians helped boost his popularity and he was generally beloved by the public

  • Deuce

    TLOP he was at his biggest, the kardashians helped boost his popularity and he was generally beloved by the public

    Pre-Sacramento yeah

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    Deuce

    TLOP he was at his biggest, the kardashians helped boost his popularity and he was generally beloved by the public

    I think people tend to overinflate TLOP's quality and hype, but in any event, I was talking about the music in particular.

    Because while Kanye's overall brand may have been at peak popularity with TLOP, the music definitely was not.

    There are no songs on TLOP as iconic as "Stronger", "Can't Tell Me Nothing", "Good Life", "Heartless" or his guest verses on "Put On" or "Run This Town".

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    Taylor
    Beyonce
    Adele

    Kanye might be the only male one. i think if you have a really strong fanbase, its almost impossible.

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    BIRDIN84

    Taylor
    Beyonce
    Adele

    Kanye might be the only male one. i think if you have a really strong fanbase, its almost impossible.

    Usually people say this about artists that actually did something that people think they should be "cancelled" for

    If Taylor started spewing alt-right s***, her fans would leave her in a millisecond lol

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    Mr Bojangles

    You have to do some R-Kelly/Weinstein level stuff to be truly cancelled, and even then, some people still listen to R-Kelly songs and I bet a lot of people still watch the movies Weinstein oversaw.

    That being said, Kanye's controversies have clearly damaged his career.

    07-09 was his peak mainstream popularity, and he permanently damaged that by interrupting Taylor Swift. Musically, he's never been that relevant since. It doesn't help that soon after, Drake blew up. One of Kanye's sons basically came in and has enjoyed the level of popularity Kanye definitely wants for himself.

    And ever since 2016, his controversies have massively overshadowed any music he put out. Ye stans can big up KSG or Donda all they like, but with the casuals, he hasn't had any truly iconic songs since the Yeezus era, "FourFiveSeconds" possibly being the exception.

    Currently, Kanye is basically like Post Allegation/Pre-Death Michael Jackson. For the casuals, dude is either a punchline, someone people want to see go away, or someone people look at and wish he was a good as he used to be.

    "And ever since 2016, his controversies have massively overshadowed any music he put out. Ye stans can big up KSG or Donda all they like, but with the casuals, he hasn't had any truly iconic songs since the Yeezus era, "FourFiveSeconds" possibly being the exception."

    I love how some of y'all are capping so hard, TLOP had multiple iconic songs especially FSMH lmao

  • He pretty canceled rn tho, do it feel like ye drop

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    k dog 99

    What artist of near the level of Kanye has ever been cancelled either?

    R Kelly

  • Tyla

    R Kelly

    He is pretty deserving

    People still play Ignition tho

  • Feb 12
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    Mr Bojangles

    You have to do some R-Kelly/Weinstein level stuff to be truly cancelled, and even then, some people still listen to R-Kelly songs and I bet a lot of people still watch the movies Weinstein oversaw.

    That being said, Kanye's controversies have clearly damaged his career.

    07-09 was his peak mainstream popularity, and he permanently damaged that by interrupting Taylor Swift. Musically, he's never been that relevant since. It doesn't help that soon after, Drake blew up. One of Kanye's sons basically came in and has enjoyed the level of popularity Kanye definitely wants for himself.

    And ever since 2016, his controversies have massively overshadowed any music he put out. Ye stans can big up KSG or Donda all they like, but with the casuals, he hasn't had any truly iconic songs since the Yeezus era, "FourFiveSeconds" possibly being the exception.

    Currently, Kanye is basically like Post Allegation/Pre-Death Michael Jackson. For the casuals, dude is either a punchline, someone people want to see go away, or someone people look at and wish he was a good as he used to be.

    I agree with most of this post but he's certainly had iconic songs post-Yeezus

  • internet cowboy 💁🏽‍♂️
    Feb 12

    u cant get canceled if u never hurt anyone

  • internet cowboy 💁🏽‍♂️
    Feb 12

    that nigga just hurt some feelings thats it

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