Songwriting Legend Diane Warren Shot Down for Having a Good Question
So Diane Lauren decides to weigh in on this whole renaissance nonsense. I'm so glad she did because she brought something up that really needs to be discussed. Diane Warren prolific songwriter has worked with Beyoncé before. The song I was here, she wrote that for Beyoncé, but because she spoke up, members of Beyoncé's beehive just, you know, they don't think she's anybody. They think she's some out of touch white lady who doesn't understand the songwriting process. No, because she's probably the best of all time, assholes. But you know, she rightfully questioned why in God's name on the 25 writers on one of Beyoncé's tracks. This is the first time that's happened. Beyoncé's known for crazy. Remember, her daughter Blue Ivy got a producer credit? And it was basically up for a Grammy at like four years old, whatever the fuck? The song they're talking about. I'm done. There's something to answer. It's called alien superstar. It's basically Beyoncé bragging about how she's the best and all you are the hose need to get out of her way, standing stuff from Beyoncé lately. Now, Beyoncé has got a super producer called the dream, he had the response back to Diane on Twitter, and he made it racial in a nanosecond. For no reason. He wrote back to Diane, you mean how does all black culture have so many writers? Well, it started because we couldn't afford certain things thought. Now, so we started sampling and it became an art form. A major part of the black culture in America had that era not happened. Who knows? You good? This tweet is filled with grammatical errors and bad spelling. Just 5th grade level of correspondence. Not that it matters. The guy's got 25, 30 million in the bank, but still. And then this little condescending prick goes further. He says, I know it's not a one on one songwriting contest. You looking far from no one over here. You don't want that smoke. And you know I love you, but come on, stop acting like your records haven't been sampled. Then of course, all white lady gets very scared of said black man and has to bow down because, you know, we can't, you can't go toe to toe with anybody that's not white. It's racist. So the end bows down. I didn't mean that as an attack or as disrespect. I didn't know this. Thank you for making me aware of it. No need to be mean. I meant under suspected Beyoncé, I work with it before. I admire her. I'm sorry for the missing the standing. Have a backbone, Diane Warren.