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Nicki Minaj Tweets “People Really Don’t Want To Sing Anymore” Because Everyone Wants To Rap

Music has been on a lot of people’s minds today! It seems like throughout the Twitter timeline, folks have been discussing the current state of R&B., So it’s only right the Queen, Nicki Minaj, hopped in and added her two cents. The rapper mentioned how no one wants to sing and how everyone wants to rap.

“People really don’t want to sing anymore. Like. People Who. Can. Actually. Sang. Like every one will be a “rapper” from now on? I see how singers be feeling about us rappers tryna sing chi. omg nooooo,” she tweeted.

 

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Some of the Barbz agreed with Nicki. One responded, “Literalllyyyy, I was just saying this. Like where’s the voices that we had in the ’90s-00s ugh.” Nicki liked the tweet and a few others that responded about the topic. Nicki isn’t the only celebrity who discussed music today. Earlier, Tamar Braxton tweeted, “Name a male singer that sings better than Usher.” The tweet gained over 890 responses.

 

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One user responded by listing the names of; Luke James, Tank, Jamie Foxx, Kevon Edmonds, Avery Wilson, Wanya Morris,
Durand, Joe, Gallant and Tevin Campbell. Usher’s vocal cords continue to be a hot topic following his recent Tiny Desk performance. The performance has over 8.7 million views on NPR’s YouTube channel.

 

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Although some heavy hitters in the music game were discussed following Tamar’s tweet, we can’t forget about Brian McKnight. The ‘Back At One’ singer’s name trended as people discussed his musical contributions.

Brian McKnight is trending so here’s one of his classic hits that so many slept on pic.twitter.com/v5lKMc2Gqh

— DҽAɳԃɾéNҽσɳMҽʂʂყ (@SirLeeJay) July 26, 2022

Roomies, what are your thoughts on the current state of R&B?

 

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Music has been on a lot of people’s minds today! It seems like throughout the Twitter timeline, folks have been discussing the current state of R&B., So it’s only right the Queen, Nicki Minaj, hopped in and added her two cents. The rapper mentioned how no one wants to sing and how everyone wants to
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Music has been on a lot of people’s minds today! It seems like throughout the Twitter timeline, folks have been discussing the current state of R&B., So it’s only right the Queen, Nicki Minaj, hopped in and added her two cents. The rapper mentioned how no one wants to sing and how everyone wants to rap.

“People really don’t want to sing anymore. Like. People Who. Can. Actually. Sang. Like every one will be a “rapper” from now on? I see how singers be feeling about us rappers tryna sing chi. omg nooooo,” she tweeted.

View this post on Instagram

Some of the Barbz agreed with Nicki. One responded, “Literalllyyyy, I was just saying this. Like where’s the voices that we had in the ’90s-00s ugh.” Nicki liked the tweet and a few others that responded about the topic. Nicki isn’t the only celebrity who discussed music today. Earlier, Tamar Braxton tweeted, “Name a male singer that sings better than Usher.” The tweet gained over 890 responses.

View this post on Instagram

One user responded by listing the names of; Luke James, Tank, Jamie Foxx, Kevon Edmonds, Avery Wilson, Wanya Morris,Durand, Joe, Gallant and Tevin Campbell. Usher’s vocal cords continue to be a hot topic following his recent Tiny Desk performance. The performance has over 8.7 million views on NPR’s YouTube channel.

View this post on Instagram

Although some heavy hitters in the music game were discussed following Tamar’s tweet, we can’t forget about Brian McKnight. The ‘Back At One’ singer’s name trended as people discussed his musical contributions.

Roomies, what are your thoughts on the current state of R&B?

Want updates directly in your text inbox? Hit us up at 917-722-8057 or click here to join!

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