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How come these three artists are getting so much hate throughout the community there good artists
Drake : I mean drake hasn't been up to par with some of his recent work but fuck it take care is a classic. His other music is great aswell personally I can pick a hand full tracks I like on more life but still his other work is great.
Cole: this one I really don't understand Cole is easily one of the best from the last decade him and Kendrick are pretty much what you think when you have to name the best in new school rap. Forest hills a classic. For your eyes only wasn't as good but still very good. Born sinner very good aswell. Cole world was great also. There is no reason to dislike niggas are just following the crowd that do and it's bullshit.
Big Sean: At times I can see why Sean gets hate he can be corny at times but he doesn't deserve as much hate as he does he's still a good artist and I really liked I decided tracks such as bigger than me and owe me are some of my favourites from 2017.
Overall I think it's stupid these all get hated on and they are all great .
Korean rapper Jay Park has announced via Instagram that he is the latest musician to sign a record deal with Roc Nation. Park joins the likes of J-Cole, Lil Wayne, and Rihanna as superstars who are a part of the label that JAY-Z founded. Combining both Korean and English into his songs, Park has amassed over 800,000 subscribers on his YouTube channel, with his most popular track “Mommae” sitting at over 18 million views. “This is a win for the Town. This is a win for Korea. This is a win for Asian Americans. This is a win for the overlooked and underappreciated,” reads Park’s Instagram caption. “Thank you for the acknowledgment and recognition. Just gettin’ started.” Originally from Seattle, Park got his start as a break dancer after auditioning for the Korean-based entertainment company JYP Entertainment. After spending a few years in Korea, Park moved back to the United States, where he began making songs on YouTube and gained more recognition as a solo artist. If you’re unfamiliar with Jay Park’s music, take a listen to his remix of “All I Wanna Do” with Hoodboi and Lily May Mac. (Hypebeast.com) (xxlmag.com). #jaypark#korean#rapper#rocnation#jcole#lilwayne#rihanna#jayz#mommae#seattle#rocfam#rocnation#hypebeast#hiphop#music#rap#datoeinc#tadoeinc