Kid Cudi has been influential since he began rapping. On July 17, 2008, he released his debut mixtape A Kid Named Cudi. The mixtape got the attention of Kanye West who would sign him to G.O.O.D. Music. Cudi
Mental health has always been a topic of Kid Cudi’s music. He has used music as a way to express his pain and to cope with it. He has helped a lot of people talking and singing about mental health by making them
I think that mental health is very important as it is a big issue in or world. I think that mental illness prevents many from reaching their full potential. I wonder if most people develop these mental problems due to homeless or if their mental illness was genetic.
On June 18, 2018, Kid Cudi and Kanye West released a 7 song album Kids See Ghosts. Mental health was a topic throughout the album as Cudi suffers from depression and Kanye suffers from bipolar disorder. The album
Kid Cudi has been a major influence in both my life and other’s. This article talks about how he’s done that. He has helped many get through challenges such as depression. Since his rise to fame, Cudi has changed
There are many ways in which our internet activity is tracked. That includes our search history, location, etc. Some of this data is shared without our consent, but we sometimes we agree to share this information
I enjoyed this post and everytime I watch to music video I notice something new. There are a lot of deep messages in this video. That main one that I noticed was that people only show the good things going on in some people’s lives but they don’t show their problems and things that need to be fixed.
After reading your post, I agree with what you’re saying about how we attract what we are thinking about. I have heard that you attract what you fear in the past. I think that’s true. In sports for example, if you fear injury you are more likely to get injured.
The death penalty has been around for a while and people have called for it to be abolished. I think that if someone committed that serious of a crime then they should have to go to prison because they would
Matt, I really enjoyed how you managed to use opposing ideas in order to make your argument stronger. You used set amounts of data to also get your point across. I think this article I’ve linked to would help you out. It is a list of 50 facts about the death penalty, so you can get more supporting ideas. https://deathpenaltyinfo.org/50-Facts
I think this article is very interesting! The death penalty is a big subject to discuss and I think this article did a good job on introducing the pros and cons. Here is another article you may find interesting https://deathpenalty.org
Your arguments are solid and you gave credible resources, however I think you could have organized your ideas and evidence in way that is easier to read. This is a very interesting topic and I am curious to know what stance you hold after doing research. Here is an article that argues for the “death of the death penalty”: http://time.com/deathpenalty/ . I look forward to reading more from you.
Edwin, I appreciate how you are proud of where you are from regardless of negative stereotypes that people have about your city. I think that is great to be yourself and not worry about what people stereotype you as.
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