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  • Kr0niic

    He goes on tour and rakes in the $

    After tour record more music and be a social media presence

    Rince repeat

    He can make this relevance last at least 5 years if consistently dropping

    Right

    These people would be terrible managers

  • May 14
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    OMEGA

    For all intents and purposes it was good debut.

    It wasnt no GKMC or nothing. But it aint far off from Cole and Drake's first joints.

    You right he just needs to keep the pace he's going and try and naturally improve over time.

    Just stop posting

  • Be careful he reading this

  • May 14
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    quadra

    Just stop posting

    The thank me later/sideline story revisionist history is wild on this site. You can tell a lot of these guys werent around in 2010/2011

  • Skrilla

    Idk, I don't listen to him, but the sudden hate seems manufactured.

    I'm starting to feel bad for this guy

  • it depends what he wants from the industry. if he wants to be a mac miller-like figure (which i think is a ridiculous comparison and seems unwarranted from the angle he's appraoched the industry himself), then his next album better be a complete departure from everything he's done so far followed by a rebrand. But I doubt this'll be the case, i mean, people say what they will about Mac's early career, but Blue Slide Park and KIDS are not nearly as bad as people say they are.
    More than likely Jack will recognize he'll fill the G-Eazy lane and keep making this style of music and become a billboard bait pop rapper with a divisive following.
    I think a lot of the hate is honestly because people wanted him to be Mac Miller and he clearly doesn't want to be him - he wants to be a Drake figure or something similar. Maybe that's more realistic, esp given his current following relatively. I remember people s***ting on Thank Me Later when that came out. Not impossible he does some self reflection and drops an album more comparable to Drake's early discog

  • May 14
    1 reply

    i really dont get why ppl are putting him up against the "big 3" wtf lmao did i miss something?

    maybe his downfall literally is yalls fault.

  • Vietbrah 馃槇
    May 14
    1 reply
    OMEGA

    For all intents and purposes it was good debut.

    It wasnt no GKMC or nothing. But it aint far off from Cole and Drake's first joints.

    You right he just needs to keep the pace he's going and try and naturally improve over time.

    Isn鈥檛 this his sophomore album?

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  • Kr0niic

    He goes on tour and rakes in the $

    After tour record more music and be a social media presence

    Rince repeat

    He can make this relevance last at least 5 years if consistently dropping

    He鈥檚 marketable sure, but he鈥檚 also a white rapper. Eventually he鈥檒l need a great body of work to be respected in the culture.

    G-Eazy was famous for years by being a pop rapper but once he stop making hits, he fell off

    While Mac, started out as a frat rapper chasing party hits until he crafted great bodies of work and maintained his cult status until his death.

  • May 14
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    YOU DID THIS

    I cant believe he didnt know Brandy

    I also realize that the majority of 22 y/o cacs dont know brandy but if you鈥檙e gonna sample 90s/2000s r&b s*** don鈥檛 embarrass yourself like that
    he cant even vulture correctly

    What average kid(black or white) born in 98 would really know Brandy music like that? By the time he reached middle school, R&B itself was already on a serious decline to rap and EDM back then. Can't blame him for that.

  • maria 馃Ц
    May 14
  • May 14
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    Htownwolf

    The thank me later/sideline story revisionist history is wild on this site. You can tell a lot of these guys werent around in 2010/2011

    Sideline story was trash

    I cant remember one song off that album besides work out.

  • He should go full clown rap, embrace the corn

    Or, skip the verses and do songs that are just hook, beat, hook, done

  • Vietbrah

    Isn鈥檛 this his sophomore album?

    His debut was so ass people pretend it didn鈥檛 happen

  • May 14
    best poster

    He鈥檒l release a good few features/freestyles addressing the criticism. He鈥檒l continue to go on a marketable run, sell singles he鈥檚 featured on. The next album will have quality tracks but saturated with filler to meet streaming quotas created by his label. He鈥檒l be perpetually mid-good.

    Pretty much

  • May 14
    GhostDeini718

    He needs to get inspired by Mac Miller

    Him doing watered down Mac Miller music for the mainstream is what will get him the critical acclaim and hits lol

    Or even just rapping on those type of beats with the right hooks

  • Shammy

    he another g eazy tbh

  • Hopefully into exile.

  • americana 馃尶
    May 14
    Skrilla

    Idk, I don't listen to him, but the sudden hate seems manufactured.

    Who could possibly have the financial interest to market hate over a project that didn鈥檛 need any marketing to be hated on

  • americana 馃尶
    May 14

    He needs Robert glasper

  • May 14
    1 reply
    OMEGA

    For all intents and purposes it was good debut.

    It wasnt no GKMC or nothing. But it aint far off from Cole and Drake's first joints.

    You right he just needs to keep the pace he's going and try and naturally improve over time.

    It鈥檚 been over 10 years and people still play Drake and Coles first couple albums

    Ain鈥檛 no one playing Jacks first 2 albums in 10 years lol

  • May 14
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    notbrock

    It鈥檚 been over 10 years and people still play Drake and Coles first couple albums

    Ain鈥檛 no one playing Jacks first 2 albums in 10 years lol

    S***, 10 months

  • Iron Lion Zion

    What average kid(black or white) born in 98 would really know Brandy music like that? By the time he reached middle school, R&B itself was already on a serious decline to rap and EDM back then. Can't blame him for that.

    He could go back like he would for some white rock s***

  • Yall on his d***. He doubled his first album in sales and has a #1 hits under his belt.

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