What’s goodie yall. Back with another post about the craziness found within pop culture nowadays! Before I begin, shout out to the 250 something views so far!!! This blog has only been up for maybe a month or so and despite the lack of marketing & promotion, Know the Unknwn is doing pretty well.
Back to the topic… If you haven’t heard, Kanye West supposedly sent pictures of him in the nude to multiple women and now the pictures are being leaked! First off, what the hell are you doing Kanye? I know you said that if you worked out for a while you would pose nude and stuff but come on! Take a look at the picture below. Mr.West doesn’t look horrible but he should have just stopped at shirtless pics.
I think after the death of his mom Kanye went off the deep end a little. There are some things you just CAN’T and SHOULD NOT do when you are famous. Sending naked photos to females via phone, email, or any other technological invention is one of those things.
Go cop Runaway though. I hear it’s pretty good.
Kanye West. Get Smart Bro. Keep Your Clothes On. Stay Away From The Nude Pictures. Oh And Twitter Too. Just Kidding About The Latter.
I have been obsessively playing a copy of Drake’s Thank Me Later for the past week so it is only proper that I do a review of the CD. How I obtained the CD, don’t worry about it, but put it this way, I just went out and actually bought it. Did I say I bought it? Yes! Go buy Drake’s CD; he did an excellent job considering the garbage that so-called “artists” put out nowadays.
Thank Me Later starts out with one of my favorite tracks, “Fireworks” featuring Alicia Keys.
Take a listen here! Fireworks By Drake ft. Alicia Keys
Sounds good huh? Wait, there’s more! Drake continues to “build up a better rapport…” with stimulating tracks like “Karaoke” and “Show Me A Good Time”. “Over”, “Fancy”, “Find Your Love”, and now “Miss Me” featuring the Young Money King himself: Lil Wayne have been played numerously on the radio so when I heard them on Thank Me Later I already knew the words. Knowing the words to these songs set off the perfect balance between the known and the unknown.
As for the other seven tracks I have failed to mention, I am absolutely speechless. You know why? Because every single song on Drake’s brilliant showcase of talent that we call a CD, I love! I enjoyed every song. Surprising but, true. Sometimes I’m lucky to even find three or four decent songs on an artist’s CD so when I listened to Thank Me Later, I was expecting the same yet received the opposite.
I can proudly say, GO BUY THAT DAMN CD Y’ALL…