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    For example, this Meg album got a 90+ score on metacritic. how is this possible???

    yet you got projects like FHD 2014 and Rodeo having average reviews on metacritic even though they’re loved by the public

  • Making a good album.

    S*** like your example just an outlier imo

  • Make good product...

    and pay the reviewers dummy

  • political correctness and if you can be used for political currency

  • Maybe Meg album actually pretty good to the reviewers

  • letting good music speak for itself, no media stunts

  • only 4 reviews chill

  • Actually make it sound like you put effort and passion tthough it

  • Nov 21

    Tpab got a 96 Kendrick ain’t pay no critics

  • fatherallah

    political correctness and if you can be used for political currency

    actually this is a far better answer

  • Nov 21
    Lost fist fight

    Make good product...

    and pay the reviewers dummy

    Which artists do you think pay critics?

  • Trippie

    only 4 reviews chill

  • Being a consistent artist like Kendrick or Danny Brown or being someone who protected by PC Culture.

  • bobby j

    Which artists do you think pay critics?

    Tbh you really can't tell. It might not be the artists themselves but their labels. A lot of shady things do happen in the entertainment industry

  • bobby j

    Which artists do you think pay critics?

    Rhymes with Keg

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    industrializing the concept of artistic critique means that critics are now less interested in the actual criticism of art and more the survival and growth of their critic business, which means critical thought can be tainted in the name of business growth

    this is a bad thing

  • bobby j

    Which artists do you think pay critics?

    probably newer pop artists who need the publicity from the more “legitimate end” of the fanbase industry

  • Nov 21
    Greedy Fat Ape

    Making a good album.

    S*** like your example just an outlier imo

    So projects that don’t get acclaim from critics are trash?

  • bobby j

    So projects that don’t get acclaim from critics are trash?

    Hell no. 50% of the albums I like don't get any critical acclaim

  • Partake in an Illuminati sacrificial ritual at Pitchfork's headquarters

  • Pay up

  • Make a good album

    Most of the time s*** that gets good reviews tends to be good music

    Doesn’t mean that you’ll automatically like it just like a bad review doesn’t mean you’ll automatically dislike it

  • really depends, sometimes publications place their bets on certain groups so that if they blow up they reap a lot of the success by proxy

    one example that comes to mind rn is Pitchfork and Slums

  • Tubig 🌊
    Nov 21

    realistically it's just making a great album. There's a few albums that get overrated when they ride the zeitgeist, but that's not typical.

  • time_77

    Partake in an Illuminati sacrificial ritual at Pitchfork's headquarters

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