Its interesting the possible starting point of this heat was Noname putting blast to people who have beautifully carved their pain and story into the music we can listen to. She’s done the same, but doesn’t count that as input into the current conversation? They both (Kendrick and cole) have massive catalogs compared to Noname. Which points even more pressure of what they have done for their communities already. Layed bare their insecurities, hardships, strengths, and weaknesses for anyone to listen to and empathize with.
Maybe right now is a hard time to mentally combat that you’ve tried so hard to bring attention to this very subject, but somehow it takes more deaths for change to finally start a conversation. A conversation you’ve been adding to your whole life, about your whole life. It just seems.. insensitive from Noname to pin on another artist like this. Yes, we should speak up, but if you have albums about the black plight, you have spoken so much already. Thank you. You wanna speak more? Go for it, thank you noname. Not to mention all 3 have been sighted at protests so, its obvious were everyone stands. Together.