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Redditor Post Bizzare But Kind Of Interesting Theory That David Bowie Predicted Kanye Went To Be A Musical Icon

David Bowie's 5th album 'The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust' was released June 6th, 1972. The album cover has David posing in front of a store called "K. West". https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/0/01/ZiggyStardust.jpg The first track on this album is called "Five Years" Five years from June 1972 is June 1977 June 8th 1977 Kanye West is born. David Bowie's final album "Blackstar" (Kanye is literally a black star) on the first track titled 'Blackstar' he says: Something happened on the day he died Spirit rose a metre and stepped aside Somebody else took his place, and bravely cried (I’m a blackstar, I’m a blackstar) ​How many times does an angel fall? How many people lie instead of talking tall? He trod on sacred ground, he cried loud into the crowd (I’m a blackstar, I’m a blackstar, I’m not a gangster) https://youtu.be/kszLwBaC4Sw?t=4m40s The third track is titled 'Lazarus' The third track on Kanye's most recent album 'yeezus' is called "I am God". Bowie's Lazarus shows a bed-bound Bowie playing a man struggling to overcome illness. - Lazarus is the biblical narrative found in chapter 11 of the Gospel of John. Lazarus, a follower in Jesus becomes ill and dies and is placed in a tomb. Jesus comes to the tomb, and has them roll the stone away from the entrance and says a prayer. He then calls Lazarus to come out and Lazarus does so, still wrapped in his grave-cloths. Third track on Bowie's latest album - Lazarus Third track on Kanye's latest album - I am god Three days before Bowie's death Kanye Co-Writes & Co-Produces a track called "Reaper" released on January 7, January 10th, three days later Bowie Dies. Kanye is here to replace Bowie.

Reddit/r/Conspiracy– David Bowie’s 5th album ‘The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust’ was released June 6th, 1972. The album cover has David posing in front of a store called “K. West”. The first track on this album is called “Five Years” Five years from June 1972 is June 1977 June 8th 1977 Kanye West is born. David Bowie’s final album “Blackstar” (Kanye is literally a black star) on the first track titled ‘Blackstar’ he says:
Something happened on the day he died
Spirit rose a metre and stepped aside
Somebody else took his place, and bravely cried
(I’m a blackstar, I’m a blackstar)
​How many times does an angel fall?
How many people lie instead of talking tall?
He trod on sacred ground, he cried loud into the crowd
(I’m a blackstar, I’m a blackstar, I’m not a gangster)
https://youtu.be/kszLwBaC4Sw?t=4m40s
The third track is titled ‘Lazarus’ The third track on Kanye’s most recent album ‘yeezus’ is called “I am God”. Bowie’s Lazarus shows a bed-bound Bowie playing a man struggling to overcome illness. – Lazarus is the biblical narrative found in chapter 11 of the Gospel of John. Lazarus, a follower in Jesus becomes ill and dies and is placed in a tomb. Jesus comes to the tomb, and has them roll the stone away from the entrance and says a prayer. He then calls Lazarus to come out and Lazarus does so, still wrapped in his grave-cloths.
Third track on Bowie’s latest album – Lazarus Third track on Kanye’s latest album – I am god Three days before Bowie’s death Kanye Co-Writes & Co-Produces a track called “Reaper” released on January 7, January 10th, three days later Bowie Dies.
Kanye is here to replace Bowie.

One thing I love is weird conspiracies that involve our culture. Sure I love conspiracies and myths about other things, but when it involves a pop culture icon, it gets me every time like Tupac’s 7 Day Thoery. This one here is so just compelling enough to me for some reason. Two music icons with a wacky sense of fashion and it comes down to religious undertones. Yea i guess it could just be two rich pop icons that think so much of them selves that they name their album tracks as religious figures and it all just happens to play out. But the other stuff about the 5 years and the K. West sign is compelling enough to make me wonder how the hell did stars alight to make it all come true. I need to know and I almost feel like flying to the Vatican and getting The Pope’s opinion on this. These aren’t made up bible stories told to kids to keep them from fucking chicks before their married. This is like real life rebirth of a musical Christ unfolding right before our eyes. You can also make an argument i think that Lazarus’s grave-clothes probably look like the $500 dollar rags Kanye is putting out in the fashion world. Its a conspiracy i tell ya!

Am I Responsible For One Of The Biggest Stock Returns In The Past 9 Years?

The meteoric rise of tech giants like Apple, Google, and Netflix has been well documented. And if you were going to make a list of the best investments over the past decade, those would no doubt immediately come to mind. Energy Drinks Simon Desmarais/FlickrMonster is a stock market monster. See Also How Monster Energy Became The Military's Favorite Beverage The Unsavory Story Behind Odwalla's Rise To Supermarket Staple Why Acquire The Whole Company When You Can Acquire Just Part Of The Company? But when Dadaviz analyst Alis Pitchkhadze actually looked at the data of best stock market investments over the past nine years, she found something strange. There were two companies at the top you might not expect. The first is Priceline.com, a website that helps users find discount rates for things like airline flights and hotels. Pitchkhadze found that an investment of $10,000 nine years ago would now be worth a shocking $465,150.92. That's a return of over 4,500%. The other company that rose above Google, Apple, and Netflix was Monster Beverage Corporation, maker of Monster energy drinks. The stock has ballooned to over 40 times its original value over the past nine years. And Monster is now actually the top-selling cold beverage in the Army & Air Force Exchange Service. Steve Jobs once allegedly lured former Apple CEO John Sculley away from Pepsi with the line: "Do you want to sell sugar water for the rest of your life or do you want to come with me and change the world?” Now it seems that over the past nine years, sugar water (with a bit of guarana) has beaten Apple's stock. Of course, that's not to say that Monster has changed the world in a more profound way than Apple. But it certainly has found a way to get investors insane returns.

Business Insider-  The meteoric rise of tech giants like Apple, Google, and Netflix has been well documented. And if you were going to make a list of the best investments over the past decade, those would no doubt immediately come to mind.
But when Dadaviz analyst Alis Pitchkhadze actually looked at the data of best stock market investments over the past nine years, she found something strange. There were two companies at the top you might not expect.
The first is Priceline.com, a website that helps users find discount rates for things like airline flights and hotels.
Pitchkhadze found that an investment of $10,000 nine years ago would now be worth a shocking $465,150.92. That’s a return of over 4,500%.
The other company that rose above Google, Apple, and Netflix was Monster Beverage Corporation, maker of Monster energy drinks. The stock has ballooned to over 40 times its original value over the past nine years. And Monster is now actually the top-selling cold beverage in the Army & Air Force Exchange Service.
Steve Jobs once allegedly lured former Apple CEO John Sculley away from Pepsi with the line: “Do you want to sell sugar water for the rest of your life or do you want to come with me and change the world?”
Now it seems that over the past nine years, sugar water (with a bit of guarana) has beaten Apple’s stock. Of course, that’s not to say that Monster has changed the world in a more profound way than Apple. But it certainly has found a way to get investors insane returns.

Everyone who’s known me for awhile knows im just key and picking things that’ll go big. It all started in like 7th grade. 2002, 12 year old Ed Lee just trying to make his place in High School. Well being Asian and my penchant for not wanting to buy any form of entertainment, I was good at making bootleg copies of things. CDs, DVDs, If i could get my hands on it, id flip it for money. I was like Red from Shawshank Redemption, I just got people things in prison High school. Anyways, when I wasn’t selling high profile items like fake rolex’s and bb guns, my bread and butter was mix tapes for 5 bucks a pop. Well one day this kid Bryan asked me to make him a mix tape, gave me a list and when i get home i put it all together but i specifically remember i put a song called “Through The Wire”. Next day Bryan comes up to me and ask “Yo what song was that on track number 13” and i tell him “Thats Kanye West Through the Wire.” Like 2 weeks later Kanye was blowing up and like signed to Rockafella and decided to put together College Dropout. Now he’s the god damn asshole running for presidency in 2020 not making a sense about a god damn thing. Incredible

Basically my point of that story was I discovered kanye and introduced him to the world South Florida. Same thing with Monster. You think Monster Energy was the conglomerate they are back 9 years ago? definitely not. But in 2008 a year after officially changing to Monster Energy full time i picked up a Monster Energy, gave it a swig and said to myself that that shit was gonna be big. Well fast forward to 2015 after boasting one of the best Monster Can collection, they make Apple stock look like Kodak after digital cameras came out. And Seriously how about monster energy not sponsoring me when i got arguable one of the best Monster Can Collections in all the Americas.

Seriously I could’ve found a way to plug Monster into all of my blogs for you. “Fuck those drones, I wanna chug a Monster and punch a drone in its face” We coulda blown up together but they just never let me on on the fun. Just let it be known for all of you out there, Ed Lee’s seal of approval is worth like a billion dollars in 9 years probably. Monster Energy, Kanye West, I told my buddy Mike Posner was gonna blow up and he did kinda. I mean shit im pretty much single handedly keeping Blackberry afloat right now i think because im just that ride or die type of man with my companies. Brand loyalty beyond your wildest dreams.

Someone mixed Kanye’s VMA Rant With The Seinfeld Intro Music

The Internet’s a real beautiful thing sometimes when we can mash an eccentric rapper/artist/fashion designer’s rant with one of the most popular comedic sitcoms of all time and create a master piece. Everything about it was perfect. Its almost the exact comedic timing of all the Seinfeld intro and all the laughing tracks fell exactly into place. I’ve watch this clip a billion times now and now i can’t even begin to think this was once on a serious rant of a comedic routine Because it fits in that good. Just A+.