You can deny it all you want, but this guy was almost completely irrelevant before he died
That isn't what is saying you mongoloid cunt. He is claiming the faggot faded into irrelevancy before his death and the only thing which made him relevant was his death.
I'm somewhat inclined to agree
Sure Blackstar wasn't as relevant before he died, but to me it seems that this post tries to undermine his achievements in some way and I find that to be quite unfair. The man was a legitimate musical genius.
Who ever said he was relevant before his latest album released? Where did you get the impression that people are denying this? Pretty obvious and meaningless statement.
funny bait since bowie actually regarded lulu as a masterpiece for some strange reason
ot: bullshit. yeah he lost his mainstream relevance to a certain degree ( but he always remaind an icon) , but with his death and final album he regained mainstream relevance and went out like a legend
Blackstar was also critically acclaimed and comercially successful and relevant ( due to his meme music videos) before he died
This. Ever since the title track leaked there was interest, many people were looking forward to it and happy when it came out. It was a different style for him again and sounded exciting.
His later career did have more downs than ups, but people did care about Blackstar.
obviously. but his influence still permeated strongly with newer artists and beyond.
women are inherently less talented in the fields of arts as they generally lead easy lives with not much hardship like a lot of men do, and as we all know hardship is the greatest fuel for incredible art.
some shitty meme artist that /mu/ started liking recently, like death grips after fantano gave them a 10
like most artists on /mu/, its not actually good music, but liking him is a meme and I guess people find that funny