Did these rappers give their best work to Ke$ha in hopes of tapping into her party girl pop market? Damn right they did. Soren Baker and I break this down in the latest segment of The Aftermath, the best music discussion on the Net.
I reviewed Jay-Z and Kanye West's Monday night "Watch The Throne" stop in Los Angeles. The show was so dope that I gave Kanye West a pass for wearing a skirt and matching leggings for the majority of the show. But Soren gives Mr. West no slack on his ladylike attire.
The Aftermath does acknowledge Lil Wayne's hustle that has generated $46 million from his domestic tour dates alone.
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