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I Hate You So Much Right Now: 11 Celebs And The Infamous Songs They Wrote About A Famous Ex

September 3rd, 2013 - By Victoria Uwumarogie
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It’s interesting. Whenever we regular folks have relationship problems, we tell a friend or family member. Some of us write in journals. Others just keep that stuff bottled in. But for musicians, well, it comes out in their music. Sometimes it comes out angry (see past Kanye joints), silly (any Taylor Swift track honestly), or brilliant (hey Adele!). But a bad breakup can always make for an interesting track, especially when it’s about an ex. Here are 11 songs by 11 artists about 11 famous exes (and in one case, an ex-boo’s family member).

Kanye West – Blame Game

Yeezy just might be the king of messy tracks about his ex-girlfriends. On his 808s & Heartbreak album, “Say You Will” was about his ex-fiancée Alexis Phifer. And while that was an interesting track, West’s most epic breakup song might be “Blame Game” about Amber Rose. When he wasn’t calling her a liar, he was admitting that at a time he was satisfied “being in love with a lie.” And if that wasn’t enough, he got Chris Rock on the track to deliver a vulgar (yet well done) psudeo-phone conversation with a woman with a voice close to Rose’s who to answer every question about why she’s so dope at everything she does for her new man, exclaims, “Yeezy Taught Me.”

Burn.

‘It’s Just Another Sad Love Song’…Breakup Tracks To Cry, Scream, And Think To

November 30th, 2012 - By Julia Austin
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When you’re going through a breakup, sometimes you want to cry, sometimes you want to scream, and sometimes you want to break things or drive past your ex’s house, and there’s only one thing that makes any of those things feel a little less crazy: a complimentary song. These are our top picks for best post-breakup songs.

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