he literally said Death Grips and Kendrick Lamar where huge inspirations for his last album. Discuss, /mu/tants.
Bowie was /mu/ before /mu/ was a thing. Granted, he was also a total alpha. We should all aspire to live as Bowie did (though I doubt most of us would make it past the coke phase and live to 69).
Do you really think a popular group wouldn't be inspired by one of the most influental musical acts of past century? I'm a huge dg fan and don't even like bowie that much but come on. It's like if they shoved you pictures of a shovel and a bulldozer. Of course they are not even close, but you really can't see it?
Are you living in the world of 0 and 1 or what?
He listened to them, therefore his future works are influenced by them. Just like dg is influenced by bowie because I bet my balls those guys listened to a shitload of bowie, they're that type of people.
>album comes out
>"oh this is weird bowie, singing about some some abstracted dark themes"
>bowie dies 3 days later, and it is revealed that he had been battling cancer for over a year and a half
>"holy shit, the entire album is about his impending death, mind = blown"
One of the very first things that they teach you in art/music appreciation is the importance of context in art, so yes his death absolutely changes the album.
>tfw we may never hear that BoC inspired song
>assumes I wear a hat and calls me a tool for assuming that you use an echochamber website when you show that you can't handle other's opinions
Yeah that's it, keep dodging the topic you pleb.
BoC are the only ones out of three capable of a worthwhile tribute, and no, they probably won't. They probably don't give much of a shit about Bowie and they don't seem like the kinds of guys to sell bullshit to people for the sake of fame.
Kendrick won't, but he might name drop him somewhere.
DG are magicians of hype and memes so they probably will.