why do people insist on dissing the legends before them?
as a blogger,
i’ve never went after those who paved the way for me today.
i might not agree with some,
but i give props for all that they’ve done.
jacquees could learn that humility.
he’s on this whole “i’m the king of rnb” tour.
he had keith sweat real vex at “v103 winterfest” in atlanta…
— No Hipsters Allowed (@nohipstersblog) December 16, 2018
“twisted” is an icon bop tho…
jacquees was probably made to one of those legendary rnb tracks.
(imagine your parent’s telling you what song you were conceived to)
he also claims he compares himself to michael jackson:
Can’t compare when you can’t compete Jacques. Sit this one out pic.twitter.com/4hP2fOjr7V
— ⚡️ (@giveintomestan) December 18, 2018
you’ve gotten our attention with your trolling.
or next cover song,
better move mountains out here.
this is our new king:
lowkey: i’m so glad i got to experience the late 90s/00s rnb acts.
they could sing and were/are fine af.
look at tank:
the new male singing wolves are not attractive,