A decade ago, the average Joe was getting his coffee on the corner of 5th and Pine and listening to some good rap music.
That was it.
In the 21st century, hip-hop is a $2 billion business.
In a digital world where people can download music and listen to it at home without the need for a subscription, rappers can go from a novelty item to a massive industry.
It’s not just about getting signed to a major label, it’s about being the most popular rapper on the planet.
But there are some rappers who can’t get that kind of success in the 21nd century.
You may not be able to find a rapper with the name Eminem in the charts, but there’s a rapper who has made it to Number 1 on Billboard’s R&B list.
For the last 10 years, the rapper with that title has been an anonymous, self-titled rapper with a cult following, but the artist with the most followers on Twitter is none other than R. Kelly.
For more than a decade, R.K. has been a superstar on Twitter, and he’s done it without a single song or album.
His music has been sampled by Beyoncé, Beyoncé’s mother, Jay Z, Jay-Z’s son, Eminem, Rihanna, Rihannas husband, and Jay-A’s daughter.
And even if he were to drop a single, RK. would likely go viral for more than that.
R. K. has more than 5 million followers on his Twitter account, but that number doesn’t include his followers on other social media platforms, such as Instagram, Snapchat, and YouTube.
The amount of people who follow him is huge, and it’s not like R.R. has a cult-like following.
He has a million followers, but it’s just a very small part of the world.
For example, just as the average hip-hopper can be seen on a subway or in a Starbucks at a quick glance, so too is R.
Kelly seen in a mall or at a Starbucks, but he doesn’t have to wear a suit to do that.
For years, he has been using the internet to create a huge fan base.
On the morning after the Super Bowl, RYG’s music was streamed more than 200 million times, according to SoundCloud.
And this is just for the Superbowl alone.
He even had the chance to record a song for Drake during the Supercup.
The internet has enabled him to reach a large and loyal following.
This is a person that can be a star in the mainstream.
It has allowed him to get the spotlight on TV, which was never the case before.
This means that R. R., as a rapper, can do anything he wants.
He can be an internet celebrity or an internet sensation.
And if he’s successful, he can be successful at his job.
In fact, it may just be the best job in the world for him.
The Internet has changed the way we communicate.
As a hip-hoper, R&B and R.&