Sorry, but I felt like I had to say it, but this is an unpopular opinion that I've had to bit my tongue over for many years now.
Though his accomplishments are significant, it's not fair to continually give Eminem this title when many other rappers have had careers in rap longer than his.
He is successful because caucasians are a majority race, it is easier for him to be liked by and marketed to a large audience of listeners than minority artists like Busta Rhymes, Jay-Z, Gang Star, Wu-Tang, and/or The Pharcyde especially because his style and topics are more relate-able to a wider (caucasian) audience like rural Americans.
I don't dislike Eminem's work, but in all honesty, it's just not accurate to say he's the best rapper of all time.
Eminem would probably not have a great rap battle against Busta Rhymes if they both battled while they were in their prime.
Action Bronson is also a great and authentic rapper (of caucasian descent) that does not get proper acclaim. There are far too many authentic rappers to name Eminem as the best.
This is assuming they pursue entrance and hold a referendum in favor.
Head shape/jaw: Cheekbones high and slightly slanted, jaw square, slightly slanted, face shape is a squareish heart
Eyes: medium-large, lashes long and dark, round open top line, mostly flat bottom line.
Eye color: light blue with darker blue edges
Eyebrows: natural gentle arch, thinish but well shaped and darker than hair, well defined
Chin: Small and round but prominent, in line with nose
Mouth: Thin heart shaped top lip, slightly fuller bottom lip, medium width
Nose: medium, straight, soft round tip
Ears: small, half detached lobes, mostly flat against head
Hair color: honey blonde with dark blonde lowlights and creamy blonde highlights
Hair style: Long, long layered hair, goes past breasts, always worn down and sort of wavy-straight (mostly straight) ends are a bit ‘flicky’
Facial hair: none
Skin tone: Light beige
Piercings: ears, medium silver hoops
Miscellaneous: wears silver decorative rings and a small silver chain bracelet with hearts
When a company promotes its “Commitment To Inclusion,” their real commitment is to make the caucasians feel good about themselves.
I’m in the job market right now to be an inside sales for some high-tech companies in the Northeast. I’ve made it to very advanced levels of interviewing, and nothing seems to fall through. Yesterday, I had my third interview with one company, and it was a zoom video conference. It seems that the interview was already over in just five minutes. This isn’t the first time that whites has made up their mind so quickly, and I can see this in their grimace.
I applied for a sales position at this one SaaS company focused on social media marketing. I have enough pertinent experiences to be an account sales manager there. However, they are pushing me to do an entry-level job that people straight from college do. I find this patently unfair. When I look at all their existing account sales managers, literally all 15 of them are white. When I look at the demographics of the Junior sales position there, there are two African-Americans there as if they are diversity hires.
I just want you Brown folks to know that there is nothing wrong with you or you’re interviewing tactics or your experience. There’s a collective effort to gaslight you and make you second-guess yourself.
How can I file a complaint if I seem suspicious about their actions? This is happening in Boston by the way.
I really enjoy Chief Keef but i kinda look like Jack Harlow so idk