Since rap has basically reached pop status, is it acceptable for a rapper in 2015 to have co-writers, ghostwriters, and writing teams just like pop artists? It's basically accepted in every genre, but rap seems to be different in that way. There are two sides to the debate: One side: What matters is what the final product is, and what's coming out of the speakers. It doesn't matter who did what, as long as the end result is dope. The other side: We expect rappers to be authentic, to keep it real, to have skills and showcase them. What's an emcee without their rhymes? What do you think? We put it to our writers to discuss. Read the roundtable after the jump.
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The reason why I'm posting this is because I find it so interesting to see how Fifty is applying his laws of success to something simple as shoveling snow. If you haven't been paying attention to the news, New York State and surrounding areas have had a bunch of snow and 50 Cent is certainly making an opportunity for himself. The quotes below are from Fifty twitter profile.
I got 4 people on one street to agree to my fee after they saw the first job I did. Now I'm looking for employees.
I'm paying 30 dollars and hour I only want 3 workers that 90 dollars and hour but I think we can do all 4 in a hour in a half. Lol.
One is a cute kid he has on a snow suit. So I'm sending him to ring the door bell to ask if we can shovel there snow. Lol.
When you look at his eyes its hard to tell him no. lol then I come to tell them how much they have to pay us. Lol.
This snow moving business is just to see if laws apply to every business. After the first job I got 4 more now I have 3 kid I hired.