Monday, December 31, 2012
Get Twitter-pated following these 15 musicians in 2013
Did you know that MC Hammer is like the Anderson Cooper of music news?
If you don’t already have a Twitter, you may soon be left behind. With print media slowly dying, Twitter is becoming an increasingly reliable source for news and information. And musical artists are taking full advantage of what Twitter has to offer. Who should you be following in the upcoming year?
Diddy (or whatever name he goes by now)
No matter what religion you believe in, Diddy’s inspirational Twitter messages will leave you feeling good about life and yourself.
There’s no denying that this little girl is going to be a huge star. What better way to keep up with her rising stardom than to follow her everyday tweets?
He’s not the most articulate of tweeters, but he’s amusing. And addicted to Twitter. Your feed will never be boring. He also gives his followers insight to where he’ll be performing next and who he’ll be performing with.
Q-Tip is unique in that he often posts live video links from his practices. He’s also notorious for responding to tweets that he receives.
While he may no longer be at the forefront of the music industry, he does keep up with it. It shows on his Twitter. If you want to keep up with all the latest music news, MC Hammer is your best bet.
He’s one of those that tweets about trivial things -- but in an amusing way. This British rapper is also known for replying, and his Twitter conversations with Calvin Harris are thoroughly entertaining.
Kanye is an interesting Twitter user. I’m not sure he understands how to use the Caps Lock key, but every tweet from Kanye is an entertaining gem hidden (or maybe not so hidden) on your newsfeed.
I feel like Snoop Dogg’s Twitter allows us to peer into the mind of Snoop, and it’s an interesting place. My personal favorite holiday tweet: “What u think I put in my Snoop Nog?”
I thought her lyrics were strange at times, but her Twitter posts are even more so. When she’s not tweeting bizarre statements, she’s talking like a high schooler. Maybe it’s her different personalities taking over.
As a rising young artist, marketing is key. Kendrick Lamar uses his Twitter account to do this. He frequently updates with album information, videos, and anything else to attract new fans. You can always catch something new and interesting that he’s done on his newsfeed.
In the midst of his self-promotional tweets, you’ll find 50 Cent’s own political commentary. He has plenty of ideas for how to run the country, including telling “y’all to chill the f*** out."
Sometimes he has serious tweets. Other times he tweets about sex. Actually, he usually just tweets about sex. But he’s never boring.
Chris Brown knows how to get attention via Twitter. After having to delete his original account due to the controversy and drama that arose, he’s finally back on the Twitter scene. How long will it take before his Twitter becomes the source for all the drama that it once was?
This “random a** white dude” (according to his bio) seems to be on a different continent every week. He may not say a lot, but he’s definitely entertaining.
As half of an Ohio-based folk band, he’s not the usual type of artist that this website promotes. However, his tweets are poetic and well worth a follow. My personal (and most recent favorite): “After the leaves fall in the maple grove, the birds’ nests appear silhouetted against the sky like notes of music no longer played.”
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