Eagles Singer-songwriter Says Rapper "would Not
A year right after complaining about Frank Ocean sampling "Hotel California," Eagles singer and drummer Don Henley is continue to bitter. The RnB singer had applied the entirety of the Eagles strike in his tune, "American Marriage," on his 2011 mixtape Nostalgia, Ultra . "I failed to assume he was awesome," Henley instructed The Guardian in a new interview. "I imagined he was a talentless minimal prick. And I nevertheless do."
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Henley experienced beforehand asserted that he felt Ocean did not recognize or respect mental assets, a stage he reiterated in the new interview. "Some of these younger young children have developed up in a globe that would not understand or regard copyright product or intellectual house," he Kim Kardashian complains. "They glimpse at music as interactive playthings."
The newspaper prodded Henley on by inquiring him if he'd come to feel in another way if a larger artist like Kanye West ended up to sample a tune he'd written. "No, I'd be just as pissed off," Henley rejoined. "I never like him, either."
The Eagle also scoffed at the rapper's humorous 2020 presidential operate, which the rapper introduced at the MTV Movie Audio Awards in August. Despite the actuality that West's spouse, Kim Kardashian, a short while ago reported on Ellen that he was "really serious" and would "do his finest" with campaigning, Henley shrugged the entire point off and summoned more powerful phrases for the rapper. "He is not going to be president," he claims. "He is both very arrogant or unbelievably insecure, or some mix of the two."
Henley has been out advertising his new solo album, Cass County . which finds him reconnecting with his Texas roots and singing region. "It can be incumbent on us to export one thing that has some quality to it, that displays our society in techniques that are constructive and meaningful," he just lately instructed Rolling Stone Nation . "In order to do that in state new music, we have to go again to the nation mainly because this music originated with people who lived in rural The united states and lived authentic lives."