Consequence is on a crusade against Kanye, and he seems to be the only person who’s taken seriously this whole concept of a throne that must be watched:
Every person in this world has a purpose and a destiny. There a select few who are destined for greatness. Others are destined to insure that those who personify greatness remain GREAT… These are “The Puppet Masters”. It’s a known fact that no Kingdom is complete without it’s court. In this clip, we get a glimpse at some of “The Puppets”, old & new, in a “Certain” King’s Court and what they set out to achieve.
I think this YouTube video is brilliant in its audacity. Clearly, Ye’s unilateral methodology can ruin the career/ego of an artist with a billionth of his clout. And I’ve always thought Don C looks evil. Though Cons’s mission is absolutely ineffective, if you actually put yourself in his shoes, you’ll see he has a legitimate reason to be put off, à la Cornel West and Barack Obama.
However, I’ve never checked for Consequence, in all honesty. Never was a fan of his use-the-titular-word(s)-to-death flow.
Have you seen Kanye and Jay’s ridiculously unfair and probably illegal release deal with Best Buy and iTunes? I won’t be buying Watch the Throne, though I’m excited as hell for it to leak. Besides, does anyone else feel “My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy” got old real fast? I have a feeling something similar will happen with WtT — of course it will be an amazing album and sell millions, but how much iPod longevity can it really have when there’s so much left-field rap to be explored these days?
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