The fourth and final installment of Kanye West and BBC 1 personality Zane Lowe‘s intimate discussion is here. This time around, the G.O.O.D. Music founder discusses no longer having the desire to create music alone, why he’s a “New Slave,” Kendrick Lamar, Paparazzi and more.
More footage surfaces from Kanye West‘s recent trip to Later…With Jools Holland. Apparently, the G.O.O.D. Music general also performed Yeezus tracks “New Slaves” and “Blood On The Leaves” along with “Bound 2.”
Last night, Travi$ Scott graced the stage at Los Angeles’s El Rey Theatre. If you’ve yet to see the young rapper live, know that it’s a very energetic experience. But things went to new levels when Kanye West appeared to perform “New Slaves.”
What do you think is the greatest verse in the history of rap music? Kanye West has an answer for you; his second verse on “New Slaves” from his recently released Yeezus album.
Hit-Boy may no longer be a part of the G.O.O.D. Music fold, but that didn’t stop him from utilizing Kanye West’s “New Slaves” for his own purposes. With that, we receive a remix, titled “New Chain,” that is a bit different both sonically and topic-wise from his former boss’s Yeezus standout.
As billed, Kanye West hit the stage on the season finale of Saturday Night Live. The first song he performed is reportedly called “Black Skinhead,” which he followed up with “New Slaves.”
Kanye West just may be a marketing genius. Last night, Yeezy sent out a rare tweet, revealing his new video for a song called “New Slaves” would be shown across the world. However, the clip wasn’t premiered via YouTube or Vevo, but projected on the sides of buildings.