“I know how to make ‘perfect’.” Mr. West is in the building. And he’s doing interviews. Zane Lowe sits down with Kanye for an exclusive talk with the now-public artists. After years of avoiding interviews, it seems Yeezy’s found his stride with careful press appointments like this one. It must be the Dad thing.
Yeezy’s soulful live performances are giving his Yeezus project — that of the uneven critical reception — some new life. His time with Charlie Wilson fine-tuning each song for presentation hasn’t hurt either. Check the video of him on Jools Holland performing the two singles from the album.
Kanye and Charlie Wilson go across the pond to make an appearance on Later…With Jools Holland to perform “Bound 2″ off Yeezus.
Lupe Fiasco making sharp commentary on the influence of “paper” on the rap greats. In a way, this is a less explicit “letter” to hip-hop legends than Kanye’s “Big Brother” or J. Cole’s “I Let Nas Down.” Greatest rapper alive or greatest rapper to die? The greatest rapper’s a lie.
Rhymes after the jump.
Ye stops by Late Night With Jimmy Fallon to perform “Bound 2″ off Yeezus, with some help from Charlie Wilson and The Roots. Kanye also edited his own first verse with a clean shot at Ray J.
After an unfinished version of the video leaked last week, Kanye releases the official visual for “Black Skinhead.” Directed by Nick Knight.
Kanye hits the gym and the CGI for the official visual for “Black Skinhead” off Yeezus.
Kanye West’s sixth album is finally upon us. Both controversial and talented, Mr. West has once again stirred the pot by naming his 10-track work Yeezus, a play off of Jesus.
It’s no secret that he is also a religious man, and means no disrespect, but nonetheless, some people were deeply disturbed at the fact that he would call his current project such a thing. Read More
Yeezy speaks on his upcoming album and his new approach to music last night at Milk Studios in NYC last night. Yeezus drops in exactly one week.