28 Gramz said:
All these lil white bloggers are for the pro-f*ggot movement in music, no matter what the album sounded like they would have given it high scores. Any male listening to this dude harmonize about rubbin n*ggas chest hairs is suspect.
It is suspect, but Frank O stans will pretend that subject matter has no bearing in the music that you chose to listen to. As if a grown man singing about loving his own gender is a "minor huddle", hell nah that's a mountain. The best soul music and R&B is a man singing about his love for a woman, or a woman singing about her love for a man. We criticize straight artists for their subject matter ALL THE TIME, hell Brian McKnight just got sh*tted on for that pus*y Works song, but then as soon as you say that you wont bump Frank Ocean because of his gay a.ss content you're labeled "insecure". I love how these sugarb00ty homos are changing the goal post for gay artists and making it where you cant even critique these motherfu*kers.