WHITE HIP HOP FANS

ya’ll want to know something?

the VALUE (financially and socially) of White Hip-Hop fans is higher than that of Black Hip-Hop fans.

i don’t know exactly WHEN it switched…but it DID – NO QUESTION.

same thing with being a White rapper…NOT TOO LONG AGO it used to be that being a White rapper was a parody – NOW a White rapper is the BEST-SELLING RAPPER OF ALL TIME.

and WHY is a White rapper the best-selling rapper of ALL TIME??????

YOU GUESSED IT!

WHITE HIP HOP FANS.

c’mon now…ya’ll don’t really think BLACK PEOPLE were responsible for making a White rapper the BEST-SELLING RAPPER OF ALL TIME, do you??????

I DIDN’T THINK SO

– and it’s really a NO-BRAINER (for the people that DISAGREE with my point)

if you DISAGREE – sit back and think long and hard about the DISUNITY, DISORGANIZATION, and DISTRUST in the Black community.

what does that mean???

that means that we don’t even LOVE EACH OTHER enough to SUPPORT EACH OTHER.

in other words, WHITE FANS love & SUPPORT their WHITE ARTISTS more than BLACK FANS love and SUPPORT their BLACK ARTISTS. (THIS POINT TRANSCENDS – but includes – HIP-HOP & RAP)

BLACK PEOPLE BUILT THIS COUNTRY FROM NOTHING – BLACK PEOPLE BUILT HIP-HOP FROM NOTHING – BLACK PEOPLE BUILT HUMANKIND FROM NOTHING (since Black people were here FIRST) #ORIGINALMAN – – – but for more reasons than one, PROFIT the LEAST from being the FIRST.

Sincerely,

FyLe ForMatz

 

P.S.

White artists and Black artists are playing two different games – buhleedat –

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16 thoughts on “WHITE HIP HOP FANS

  1. ok.
    if math and population can predict rap sales then how do you explain this?

    yes, the number one in sales is white.

    (at the time of the soundscan us rap sales chart i found)
    sales of solo studio albums in us.
    eminem had the number one spot with 37 million albums sold.

    worldwide his numbers are crazy bigger.

    but number two to five on the us soundscan chart?
    all black.
    six to ten on the chart?
    all black.
    how about eleven to twenty?
    all black.

    2. jay z
    3. nelly
    4. snoop dogg
    5. mc hammer
    6. dmx
    7. 50 cent
    8. ludacris
    9. nas
    10. kanye west
    11. lil wayne
    12. ja rule
    13. dr dre
    14. tupac
    15. ll cool j
    16. ice cube
    17. will smith
    18. ti
    19. too short
    20. notorious big

    so how does your theory account for this?

    the usa is not 95% black.

    • “how does your theory account for this?”

      my theory PROVES that IN COMPARISON, we PALE (pun intended, damn it)

      seriously though – i’ll have to do the math on HOW MANY of the 2-20 sum total of records sold it takes to even EQUATE to the sum total of records sold by the #1 rapper.

      in other words (for example) we need FIVE jay-z’s to even equate to ONE #1 rapper.

      or

      we need one lil wayne, one nas, one snoop, and one tupac just to EQUATE to one #1 rapper.

  2. well, on the chart i referenced, jay z had 26 million sold.
    so we would only need one point four jay z’s.
    ha ha

    nelly sold 19 million
    snoop and hammer each had 17 million,

    but seriously.

    it the population of the states skews so much toward whites,
    then why isn’t there even one more white name on the list?

    i think it shows eminem’s drive and determination,
    any other white rapper who tried failed miserably.
    and the white fans were the reason they failed.

    imho

    • “sales of solo studio albums in us.”

      why focus on only U.S. record sales??? to downplay the worldwide blatant disparity?

  3. “i think it shows eminem’s drive and determination”

    so the #1 selling rapper of ALL TIME, WORLDWIDE had more “drive and determination” than every Black rapper, huh?

    you’re really gonna file being the best selling rapper in the trivial “drive and determination” folder?

    c’mon now – RACE, RESOURCES, and RELATABILITY are behind those sales, man; – i don’t play games on my blog man – real shit ONLY.

  4. well then, you have to answer the question.
    with about half the population, white people only have one artist in the top 20.
    why isn’t there greater representation?
    why isn’t there even one more white artist?

    if white fans only support and relate to white rappers, then where are all the white rappers on the chart?
    i haven’t heard your answer to this.
    this is where your argument takes a deep breath.

    and it is ironic.
    you ask why would number one have drive and determination?
    c’mon.

    look at any field. politics, business, sports, television.

    why was obama the best in a field of white politicians back in 2008?
    it wasn’t affirmative action.
    he had the drive.
    and a lot of white folks voted for him.

    what about oprah.
    how did she rise to the top in an industry historically run by jewish males?
    was she supported by only black people?
    of course not.

    so why should rap be different?
    a minority in any field must usually work harder than his or her counterparts.
    right?
    drive and determination are real factors in life.
    to ignore d&d and call them irrelevant is the definiton of “playing games.”

    em has d&d
    mack has d&d
    i don’t think this is even up for discussion.

    (worldwide audiences do not have the same issues of race that we deal with here in the us.
    sure other countries have racial problrms and concerns,
    but not the same dynamic we have here in the states.
    so no, i don’t think it is instructive to look at worldwide numbers.)

    • “why isn’t there greater representation?
      why isn’t there even one more white artist?”

      don’t need more than one.

      #1 (OF ALL TIME, WORLDWIDE) speaks for itself.

      • “if white fans only support and relate to white rappers, then where are all the white rappers on the chart?”

        because White Hip-Hop fans don’t need a litany of White Hip-Hop ANGELS – just a rap GOD; simple math.

      • okay,
        i feel like that is an on your heels answer.

        of course you need more than one.
        either white fan bases can propel artists to fame and fortune or they can’t.

        i fully support your argument in general.
        but the weakness is that it is a scorched earth approach.

        you have already seen that i take a less plate-tectonic view of race as relates to hip hop.
        i feel things are changing rapidly.
        you might agree or you might not.

        i think an interesting two-part question would be to figure out:

        1. the date that hip hop ceased to be a strictly black endeavor (not in a novelty sense but in a legitimate performance slash recording situation)

        and

        2. the date when hip hop switched to elvis presley full-on takeover. (because yes i do agree that co-opting has already occurred to this traditionally black music)

        those two dates would make a diabolical post on the newly revived 206proof.

  5. “em has d&d
    mack has d&d
    i don’t think this is even up for discussion.”

    WOW…just WOW.

    em has more “d&d” than EVERY BLACK RAPPER IN THE FUKCING WORLD??? okay – IF YOU SAY SO –

    mack has more “d&d” than EVERY BLACK RAPPER IN THE FUKCING PACIFIC NORTHWEST??? okay – IF YOU SAY SO –

    C’MON NOW – the race card is all over those guys’ ‘SUCCESS’ – AND THEY BOTH KNOW IT – so why don’t you?

    • em has more “d&d” than EVERY BLACK RAPPER IN THE FUKCING WORLD??? okay – IF YOU SAY SO –

      mack has more “d&d” than EVERY BLACK RAPPER IN THE FUKCING PACIFIC NORTHWEST??? okay – IF YOU SAY SO –

      those are your words, not mine.

      • NEGATIVE –

        those aren’t MY WORDS…YOU are the one who brought “DRIVE & DETERMINATION” into this discussion…point blank.

        so – that’s what YOU are saying. how you gonna quote me quoting you? as if you weren’t the original person being quoted? c’mon now – where they do that at?

      • “em has d&d”

        “em has more d&d than EVERY BLACK RAPPER IN THE FUKCING WORLD”

        those two are not the same sentence at all.

      • “of course race is a factor.
        but it is not the only factor.”

        I AGREE 100%.

        i think where we disagree at is HOW MUCH of a factor race is.

  6. “1. the date that hip hop ceased to be a strictly black endeavor (not in a novelty sense but in a legitimate performance slash recording situation)

    and

    2. the date when hip hop switched to elvis presley full-on takeover. (because yes i do agree that co-opting has already occurred to this traditionally black music)”

    a better synopsis is how long it took the BEST SELLING RAPPER EVER to SURPASS EACH and EVERY Black rapper WORLD-WIDE – from start to finish.

    when did he first ‘appear’ and how much time did it take him to completely outsell Black Hip-Hop artists? DID IT TAKE HIM LESS THAN TEN YEARS TO OUTSELL all Black Hip-Hop artists? LESS THAN FIVE YEARS?

    he did something which should have taken him a LIFETIME in RECORD time – hence my standpoint of something not adding up – and my discovery of race being the driving force.

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