Refer to my first post in this thread. The guy has bars, just not all the time. Also, he occupies a niche in the industry that nobody else can fill. I enjoy most of his music, because he brings a specific energy that I have not found in any other artist's body of work. I'm not saying he's my favorite ever, but he isn't really deserving of all the hate that is directed towards him.
A lot of artists have less of a say than people think as to what material is released commercially, and sometimes they even have a label executive telling them what they can say on a beat, and even going as far as telling them what instrumentals to use or other forms of creative control. For example, Puff Daddy managed to turn this guy:
Into a guy that can make an entire album of this:
Why? Because Harlem World by Mase ended up selling 4 million copies in the US alone. I would have problem with believing that Waka Flocka was stuck in a similar, but not as extreme, situation with Warner Bros. Records.
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