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Kanye West and Kim Kardashian have been going strong for a few weeks now, which is almost as long as her last marriage. Which means their relationship may be the real deal (or as real as a Kim K union can get). The duo have been running around in matching gear and taking as many pictures as humanly possible. Just look at Yeezy's face in all of the photos: he's a man in love and totally happy. If you're a fan of Kanye West the person, this should all come as good news; he's still on top of his craft and he's finally found love that he's been looking for ever since he put the autotune away.
But if you're a Hip-Hop fan, this is horrible news. A happy Yeezy? A Yeezy in love with a Kardashian? A Yeezy that's potentially acting like an adult sans tantrums? If history tells us anything, this new in love Kanye West will be an unwelcomed change.
Let's just take a look at the history of rappers that have made albums while madly in love. They haven't been pretty. There was Blueprint 2, Jay-Z's double album that came hot on the heels of his classic 2001 original. The album featured the lead single “02' Bonnie And Clyde” which, like “Theraflu,” was his formal announcement of a relationship with Beyoncé. The album? An utter disappointment. But he's not the only rapper to make crappy music with Cupid's arrow in his writing hand.
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