Kanye West is at War With The Music Industry, and This is Why You Should Care- Think Cultural Marxism
Kanye West has emerged in the political scene as an unlikely spokesperson for Conservative concepts of liberty and freedom, from meeting with President Donald J. Trump to talk about Prison reform to his Sunday worship gatherings bringing people to Jesus, to now demanding rights for recording artists.
West, also know at “ye” is blazing a path to reform and restoration of peace, equality and prosperity in America that could have a more powerful impact on our country than any political officer seeker could dream of.
I wrote about Kanye’s powerful Twitter posts, rejecting his industry awards, urinating on his Grammy award and exposing personal music contracts, with his commentary about feeling like a slave to record labels, which is not a new concept, however having West’s name behind it gives the complaints new weight.
The Rolling Stone wrote,” Kanye West wants his rights back. Here are three reasons — tied to three different superstars — that his public rant against recording contracts could be way less far-fetched than it sounds.
Last week, amid Twitter tirades against his historical record-business deals, West posted screen grabs of multiple recording contracts that included a 2005 update to his Roc-A-Fella deal confirming the rapper’s first handful of albums were “entirely [Roc-a-fella’s] property … throughout the world and in perpetuity.” He ranted against Universal Music Group — which acquired Roc-A-Fella in 2004 and released his first six albums — and said he will do “Everything in my legal power and use my voice until all artist contracts are changed starting with getting my masters for my children.”
The Rolling Stone called West’s posts “tirades”. That is interesting. I would not discount West’s post like that, myself. I believe this is far more than just anger.
Consider the power of music, culture and entertainment has over people, especially young people who are desperately lacking moral and ethical leaders at this time.
Think Taylor Swift, who went a similar tirade a few years ago, complaining about who owns her work, and how she was going to fight them, and then quietly emerging as a massively wealthy and powerful Marxist organizer, being retweeted by former Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and receiving instant stardom and adoration on social media for her rants about politics.
It’s called Cultural Marxism. It feeds mobs, angry mobs, who influence law makers and go around American voters.
The Music Industry and Entertainment Industry in general has a long history of murky contract deals and abused victims by Venture Capitalist types to the point where entertainers are corporate puppets and now powerful Marxist Community Organizers, pushing policy reforms and warlike tactics for destroying American institutions.
Consider the politicization of the entire entertainment industry, that decades ago represent American culture, pumping out Marxist culture to our young people in song lyrics, movies and all the supporting marketing, messaging and Public Relations.
West posted on his Twitter account recently, to his over 30 Million followers, giving off an indication of where he is going:
It appears, from his tweets, as if West is positioning himself to be an industry leader:
The Rolling Stone article lists a number of other disenfranchised music artists, it is well worth the read.
In my last article I pointed out that Project Veritas, the watchdog group had West’s posts on their radar, posting, themselves, earlier in September that they would help West, which could be a tease, but I will be watching with interest what comes out of Kayne’s “rants and tirades”, I see something a whole lot bigger come down the pike.
Kayne “Ye” West just might be the greatest slayer of Cultural Marxism we have seen, and he may be assisting Trump in their mutual focus on freeing American people from the bonds that trap us.
This story is developing.
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