Kanye hit the stage on last night’s episode of Late Night With Seth Meyers, performing a medley of his greatest hits, including “Stronger,” “Jesus Walks,” “Heartless,” “Touch The Sky,” and “Black Skinhead.” Hit the jump to check out Ye’s full interview with Seth.
Hard to believe it’s been ten years since Mr. West introduced the rap game to pink polos and backpacks. In celebration of the tenth anniversary of the release of The College Dropout, Kanye took to Twitter today to reflect on his classic debut album. Read More
Rosenberg is one of the few interviewers brave enough to question someone whom he also respects, and not make it about his particular taste…but about a whole interest group in hip hop. Here he sits with Kanye West during this now-legendary press run. Then Ebro comes in to fluff himself.
As the legend goes, on December 4, 1969, Gloria Carter and Adnes Reeves (who made love under the sycamore tree) brought Shawn Corey Carter into the world. Their lives and the lives of millions around the world would never be the same from that point forward. Read More
Kamaal sits down with Elliott Wilson for a new episode of “The Truth” and spills (some of) the beans on Kanye’s forthcoming seventh album. Tip reveals that him and Rick Rubin will be co-producing on the project, which ‘Ye has stated he hopes to get out by next summer. Me oh me oh me oh my.
Kanye and Sway hash it out like men.
Kanye stops by the Power 105 studios for a lengthy sit-down with Charlamagne Tha God and The Breakfast Club. Ye speaks on a number of topics including his creative genius, leaving Nike for Adidas, the “Bound 2″ video and more. Respect to Charlamagne for keeping it 100 as well.
Kanye’s media blitz continued at the Hot 97 studios as him and his future wife sat down with Angie Martinez for a short interview. Ye speaks on his relationship with Kim, being a father, leaving Nike and more. Part 2 after the jump. Read More
Covering a soul standard, Busta and The Abstract team up with famous friends (who don’t actually rhyme on the track). Still it’s a jam for the older folk and some revivalists.