Dramacow Kevin Allred - Professor of Beyoncé Studies (no, seriously), arrested for threats to kill Trump voters.

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@Positron, I'd have quoted that autistic montrosity of a masterpost, but I'm on mobile, and I couldn't handle 4 minutes of scrolling, just so I could spoiler it all.

Anyways, Kevkev has apparently missed the fact that "free education" means he'd receive no pay for his inane drivel, because no one in their right mind will voluntarily pay him for his borderline stalking of Beyonce.
He doesn't mean free, he means well funded by taxpayers. He should be paid a comfortable wage to sperg about his crush.
 

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"A white gay that has critical thinking skills." :story:
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I wonder what that guy makes of Kevvie's random tattoos.

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But dressing like a ho and shaking your ass is political activism, at least if you were Beyond-shite.

Speaking of:
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Beyond-shite won't put her trash on Spotify because her pimp, Jay-Z, owns Tidal. You critical-thinking dumb fuck!
(The NME page is off-line.)

Kevvie then goes on a gibbering tirade, just because someone doesn't like that trash.
Even though the author who I will not name claims to be a Beyoncé fan, he drags the songs on Lemonade out of context as if you can take anything from Lemonade outside its larger narrative, let alone its visual counterpart. He just wants attention. & he goes on to say Formation is a bad and juvenile way to close Lemonade -- AS IF FORMATION IS THE RESOLUTION OF LEMONADE. Any Beyoncé fan knows Formation is it's own self-contained piece of work, added as track 12 to Lemonade the album, but isn't part of the visual narrative.

Formation was released with its own stand-alone video months before Lemonade and as track 12 to the visual album is just music for the credits. It's not actually part of the visual album's narrative. This is why Spotify can't handle something as complex as Lemonade. Beyoncé graciously gave you Lemonade on Spotify 3 years later and you're still fucking up the way you talk about it. I can't...

Lemonade as a visual album is psychological journey (note no accompanying emotion/step given to Formation). Lemonade as an audio album encompasses near every genre of American music in one cohesive statement. How is that not good? How is that not GENIUS? #3YearsofLemonade Not to mention all those genres of American music were appropriated by white men and Beyoncé returns them to their rightful place as the creative expression of Black women. Alongside the exploration of Black women in American history through the visuals.

I'm sorry but I get heated when some dipshit wants to spout off about how something Beyoncé does "isn't that good" without having any grasp of its meaning and scope. Fuck off, dude, and research what you're talking about.

HAVE SOME RESPECT FOR BLACK WOMEN AND BLACK WOMEN'S HISTORY IN AMERICAN MUSIC AND QUIT USING HATING ON BEYONCÉ FOR CLICKS WHEN YOU KNOW DAMN WELL HER ALBUM CHANGED THE MUSICAL (AND VISUAL) LANDSCAPE ONCE AGAIN. #3YEARSOFLEMONADE

this isn't standing or hyperbole. this is just the motherfucking truth about a groundbreaking album and artist who continues to innovate and leave everyone else in her dust.
How dare you write this glorified blog post about thinking Lemonade is overrated because you don't understand music or history or good writing for that matter. Let me go watch #Homecoming again to cleanse my aura of this bullshit.
"Beyoncé graciously gave you Lemonade on Spotify" -- Hallelujah!!

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"Taylor Swift released her rehersal tracks! She totally copied Beyond-shite!"
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You may not like them but Taylor Swift, Lady Gaga or Adele aren't "nobody pop stars".

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He should change his name to Russell Allred.

Someone laughed at my politics! I wish him death!
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Seems Kevvie has his career path sorted out:
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He should be glad that his department hasn't curb-stomped him.

Still Kevvie seems flushed enough to buy all these novelty T-shirts:
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It might just be the angle and lighting, but he looks like he's put on weight. It makes him look even more empty and lifeless.
He has nothing to do but sit around listening to bubblegum music, eating Cheetos, and waiting for his lolsuit to get thrown out.
 

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Someone has saved the NME article that got Kevvie frothing at the mouth.

NME said:
Now that it’s finally on Spotify, I’m gonna say it: Beyoncé’s ‘Lemonade’ actually isn’t that good
by Jordan Bassett.

And definitely nowhere near as good as 2013’s game-changing alt-pop classic ‘Beyoncé’

Look, I love Beyoncé. Everybody does! I believe it might actually be illegal to not like Beyoncé; doubters are routinely rounded-up and forced to watch Homecoming with their eyes taped open, and if they still don’t like it the Beyhive squeezes lemons into their ungrateful eyes. Or so I’ve heard. Her 2013 self-titled album is a stone-cold classic, one of the greatest records of all time (you heard me), a near-perfect collection that combines sweet pop confection with ice-cool production, at once universal (‘XO’) and intensely personal (‘Blue’).

That was the moment that Beyoncé Giselle Knowles morphed from world-dominating pop star to cultural behemoth, an icon in the truest sense of the word, rarely giving interviews because in simply being Beyoncéshe speaks for millions of people around the world. So, looking back, follow-up ‘Lemonade’ was almost inevitable, a cultural event that became bigger than the sum of its parts. Since it landed on Spotify – and all other streaming platforms, whatever they are – over the weekend, now’s a perfect time to reassess.

Rumours of husband Jay-Z’s infidelity had been doing the rounds for years, and then there was the elevator incident in 2014, when footage leaked of Solange attacking him in a lift after the Met Gala. Beyoncé’s perfect image was being infiltrated by something that alarmingly resembled real life. And so, in a bold and ingenious move, Bey reclaimed the narrative with a concept album (and an accompanying full-length video) that takes its title from a sample of Hattie White, Jay-Z’s mum, referencing the famous proverb about life and lemons. Here a fictionalised Beyoncé recounts her discovery of her husband’s infidelity, warns him “if you try this shit again, you gonna lose your wife” and ultimately moves forward.

Yet the above hints at what ‘Lemonade’ actually represents: a bold and ingenious marketing move. A means of quashing those rumours, and of staying married to Jay-Z remaining – yassss, queen! – a totem of empowerment. Last year’s ‘On The Run II’ world tour could equally have been called ‘The Jay-Z Is Really, Really Sorry Tour’ as she dragged him, tail between his legs, around arena after arena. By the end of it he looked like Droopy the depressed dog.

‘Lemonade’ arrived from nowhere (a tactic that 2013’s ‘Beyoncé’ pioneered) and was only available – until now – for streaming on the Jay-founded Tidal. Even this added to his humiliation, as she helped him out by attracting 1.2 million subscribers to the ailing platform, which remains as clumsy as much of his latter-day flow. As a bonafide cultural event, it was absolutely impeccable. The record became a meme machine, as it was precision-engineered to be. Who was Becky with the good hair? The Beyhive erupted with theories, websites rounded-up potential candidates – and Beyoncé remained silent. She’d already successfully had her say.

Away from all that hoopla, though, is ‘Lemonade’ actually that good? Does it hold as up solidly as the brilliant ‘Beyoncé’? If you’ve managed to get 478 words into this article without deducing I think the answer’s ‘No’, I have troubling news for you: I think the answer’s no.

It’s a clumsy, overwrought, sometimes quite embarrassing album, the cringe-counter racked up the highest on ‘Hurt Yourself’, a Jack White collaboration that plays into all of his overcooked techniques – staccato verse lurching into a histrionic chorus that tumbles forward, as though he’s trying to carry it himself and buckled beneath his own tiny feet – before Bey shouts gratingly through the final third, seeming to confuse emotion for sheer volume. But that’s got nothing on ‘Daddy Lessons’, a toe-curling hoedown that combines brassy parps with Paolo Nutini acoustic guitar, lyrically drawing a line between Beyoncé’s hangdog husband and her father, who was apparently unfaithful to her mother. Look, there’s unsubtle and then there’s the goofy, my-first-rodeo solo that appears comes at the end.

‘Sandcastles’ is annoying because it’s the kind of by-numbers ballad that might have appeared on as pleasant enough filler any of Beyoncé’s four pre-iconic solo records, but because it’s wrapped up in this cultural event bubble wrap, we have to pretend it’s something more significant. ‘Freedom’, featuring Kendrick Lamar, contains a moving civil rights message, but the music – howling synths, whirling organs, pounding percussion, throaty vocals, overlapping gospel choir – is a coagulated blob of sound impossible to swallow.

True: the lilting ‘Hold Up’ is an enjoyable model of restraint, even if the central lyric is cribbed from – of all places – Yeah Yeah Yeahs. And the pulsing ‘6 Inch’ is effectively atmospheric, even if its best bit, the bridge, owes a debt to Animal Collective, who are credited as it borrows phrasing from their song ‘My Girls’. (Very Beyoncé: her team initially thought the ‘6 Inch’ refrain was original, realised it wasn’t, and so simply paid Animal Collective the royalties because, like, they could afford it.) Even ‘Formation’, one of the greatest songs of the decade, sounds somehow underwhelming, tacked on as an afterthought.

In fact, listening back today, it’s amazing how awkward ‘Formation’ sounds clinging to the end of ‘Lemonade’, as though Beyoncé recorded it for a Spider-Man movie and was contractually obliged to glue it to the album with web fluid. ‘Formation’ is a vital state-of-the-world address centred on race relations; the rest of the record’s more concerned with damage control on brand Beyoncé. It’s baffling such a cynical project has been a potent symbol for empowerment.

‘Lemonade’ kickstarted a Jay-Z-is-really-so-sorry trilogy that continued with his return-to-form ‘4.44’ (which featured more Tidal-based self-flagellation: “Y’all think it’s bougie… I’m like, it’s fine / But I’m tryin’ to give you a million dollars worth of game for $9.99) and concluded with the couple’s gooey collaboration ‘Everything Is Love’. The correct quality ranking of that trilogy is as follows: ‘4.44’, ‘Everything Is Love’, ‘Lemonade’. But none of them comes anywhere near ‘Beyoncé’.

Wait a minute – what are you doing with that lemon? Put it down! No! Stop!
While looking for this article I came across this fun forum: full of SLAY_KWEEN and "white males how dare you criticize black women!"
 

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I'm still curious exactly who is good enough to be president for him. He whines endlessly about how terrible Trump is, but has so far ruled out for voting for any of the major contenders for the Democrat nomination in the next election. But I think he also once said that not voting was a sign of privilege. So who're you going to vote for, Kevvie?
 

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I'm still curious exactly who is good enough to be president for him. He whines endlessly about how terrible Trump is, but has so far ruled out for voting for any of the major contenders for the Democrat nomination in the next election. But I think he also once said that not voting was a sign of privilege. So who're you going to vote for, Kevvie?
Beyonce. Is that even a question?
 

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Almost all the mega successful rock musicians of the 50s and 60s explicitly cited him by name as an influence in some form or another, from the Stones to Clapton to Zeppelin and even Bob Dylan. I think his claim to huge influence is pretty merited.
Yeah but he's not the only person they mentioned as influences, they all mention radically different influences. Each one of those bands has a handful of influences they cite from different genres, I know for a fact some of them cite classical music and we're not over here saying fucking Bach is the father of Grunge.
 

PurpleSquirrel

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What are you saying, Ave Maria is clearly the proto-grunge track with its down-tempo, long sustained vocals and a thick heavy atmosphere :lit:
Some people cite this tune as the first "heavy metal" song, and the classical influence is obvious in the organ parts (especially the opening):


Oh, and Kevvie? More stupefyingly ignorant, deranged, and obnoxious than ever.
 
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i love how he never mentions what he teaches in those "wahhhh schools don't pay me enough" posts

like he knows a normal person will go "yeah, the school system needs to pay you more for....wait, beyonce studies? are you fucking serious? my taxes pay for that?"
 
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Kevvie is a Phil (ADF) who's yet to troon out:
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There are also plenty of abortion bullshit but it is just the usual liberal NPCism, except this gem:
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No, "pre-born children" is not an oxymoron, because the fetus will develop and be born if not for outside, medical interventions. Comparison with Kevin's financial status is stupid, because he will never be a millionaire short of divine intervention.
 

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Phil has an unintelligible "sleeve" of random autistic shit tattooed on him because he's literally so exceptional he collects tard bucks for it. What the fuck is this cocksucker's excuse?
He's an attention whore. But he's too stupid and crazy to do it in a manner that isn't self-destructive.
 

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WHITE MEN Reeeeeeeeeeeee!!!!!!!
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Whenever pansy-ass faggots like Kevin make these statements like, "We need to FIGHT, this is WAR, everything will be awful forever unless we do something RIGHT FUCKING NOW," the first thing I think is that I'm really glad that this self-induced stress and fear of theirs has likely taken a decade off their lifespan. The second thing I think is that I really want a small army of ANTIFA idiots to try to start a revolution so they can be brutally put down.
 

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Whenever pansy-ass faggots like Kevin make these statements like, "We need to FIGHT, this is WAR, everything will be awful forever unless we do something RIGHT FUCKING NOW," the first thing I think is that I'm really glad that this self-induced stress and fear of theirs has likely taken a decade off their lifespan.
Especially when it's from some limp wristed post-twink flabby fairy like Kev. What's he going to do to fight?
 

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