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Jan 02, 2011

Is Kanye West On Suicide Watch Or Fans Of The Monster Video And Music Business?

Is Kanye West On Suicide Watch Or Fans Of The Monster Video And Music Business?

Kanye West might need to be placed under suicide watch. Most geniuses have the ability to destroy themselves without giving notice. When one watches the video and the selection of vampires what comes to be obviously true is vulnerability that shedding light on the vampire character can do. The monster video possesses dark raging misguided lyrics. Every one in the world appears to have their designs on elevating Mr. West beyond any ascertainable heights as a hip-hop superstar.

Emotional and psychological degeneration found in African American men of a hip-hop generation seems to manifest itself in self-destructive behavior. On stage most notably Mr. West shocks the MTV crowd by displaying what many considered inappropriate behavior. It all appeared contrived like many of the relationships that are being pandered. Hip-hop the truth of the character behind the hip-hop genius persona is in a coffin were the light of truth is hidden regarding drugs, sexual preference, and emotional instability. These common traps of bloodsucking career ending nightmarish bazaar behavior foster legions of copycat career paths.

Monsters exist to play on the fears of those who attempt to rent space in the minds of common humans. Jay-Z’s rhyme illuminates how masterfully he has controlled his psychosis but the lyrics stipulate a desire to massacre individuals. Innocents of bloodsucking, torturous stick images projected and consumed by easily impressionable young hip-hop minds risks forging urban massacres through copycat idolization. Given most of the massacres in Africa have occurred through black hands the monster video suggests feeding on the masses. The masses appear to want to feed on Mr. west, but what is stopping them? Not a door. Just access to the truth impairs reality.

Rick Ross masterfully suggested on his album that we should die young. He to provide Mr. West a fortuneteller with hip-hop credentials that suggest materialism and overconsumption are the vestiges of urban accomplishments. The entire music establishment seems committed to raising Mr. West’ is profile. Fame has created monsters of self-destruction. Considering the untethered family relationships between Mr. West and reality his continued success could create a Shakespearean tragedy. We loved Romeo and Juliet but they both died.

For all those who love Mr. West and see him traveling them musically in his own lane we need only remember that Michael Jackson left us with only a few individual albums to listen to while he to protected himself from the likes by creating places and façades that he did demons from us. Hopefully those around Mr. West will protect our interest and fans that are overzealous to hear great music won’t accept self-destructive negative image projection as sexy or current. The music business and entertainment industry is full of bloodsuckers who benefits at the demise of geniuses.

The women of Mr. West world of late appear not to be the caretakers that loved him without any benefits. Nikki Minaj valuable endorsement in the monster video fosters pink hair and female on female self-domination. Unnatural or natural a female dynamic being played out by many young hip-hop females. Sexual confusion. Shading the truth from the light? Ms. Rose, Amber existed for the last year or so for what purpose? Fabricated sex lives and relationship are like sex machines; you really make love to yourself. These women do not illustrate an appreciation for loving relationships.

Music is one of the most intoxicating drugs produced by humans and it devours the souls of geniuses who purge fell brutally and sacrifice their lives.

Written by Phil Mi



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  • Militarymind89

    This article is bogus. Anyhow you are entitled to your perception, but mine is that these artist live a life that is constantly under scrutiny. In the midst of their frustration and the pressures they have to endure some do breakdown mentally and all the emotions going with that are creatively expressed in the song. Remember Maslows’ hierarchy of need to be accepted. It seems we wil never quite break free from the pain of disdain especially that of celebrities, when they are being slandered.

  • Calibwoy

    wow! i cant believe u wasted all that time writing this bullshit! talk about over analyzing sumn so seamless. MUSIC! Its ppl like you who take the fun out of everything!

    i wont be visiting this site again. opinions like that need to be on a SPECIAL ISSUES blog. not a site called hustle bunnies! lmao

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