How to hate doing what you love:

Why you shouldn’t force your art to make you money

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“Quarter million a year, and that don’t bounce.”

That’s from “Untouchable,” when Pusha T talks about working as the president of Ye’s record label GOOD Music. His boast was in the salary he’d be earning working in a powerful role at a cutting edge record label, and not relying on the fickle income…

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