In Hip-Hop, there is no more polarizing figure than Kanye West. Despite being famous, or infamous, for not speaking to press, Yeezy recently sat down with the New York Times for an interview. The result was plethora of enlightening and entertaining—and very Kanye West-like—quotables.
Kanye West isn’t promoting his new album, Yeezus, in traditional ways, but he’s still marketing it as much as he can. The G.O.O.D. Music rapper reportedly shot an American Psycho themed video this past weekend for one of the project’s songs.
Fans didn’t need to be in NYC to witness the wave Yeezus season made during the last night of the Governor’s Ball festival. Kanye West took the stage in typical fashion (a day after his birthday, by the way), and came bearing audible gifts from his ambiguous, but highly anticipated sixth studio album.
Kanye West‘s new album, Yeezus, is out in a little over week, but the producer has come down to the wire with its completion. Sources say Yeezy brought in Rick Rubin at the last minute to lay down tracks, which has made Def Jam’s sample clearance department scramble.
If you believe that smoking kush has detrimental effects on the memory, then Chief Keef can serve as your evidence. The Chicago rapper confirmed that he’s appearing on Kanye West’s forthcoming Yeezus album, but doesn’t remember the song title.
The elusive Kanye West made a rare Twitter appearance last night to confirm the rumors surrounding the album packaging for Yeezus. We now know that the photo revealed by DJ Semtex yesterday will be the official cover, or lack there of, for his sixth studio LP.
The media stir around Kanye West’s sixth studio album Yeezus continues with the unveiling of the official artwork. This has been a topic of confusion recently, but today, DJ Semtex delivers what fans will reportedly receive when the project releases June 18.
It’s official. Yeezus will not be available for pre-order, and will go straight for purchase when it releases June 18 instead. This latest tidbit of news comes courtesy of A.P.C. founder and known Kanye West confidant, Jean Touitou.
Tim Westwood went in the vault to unearth some classic footage of Kanye West freestyling on his show back in 2005. The video shows the Louis Vuitton Don rapping off the top of the dome for a well over 10 minutes. He briefly spits a few recognizable lines from Late Registration, which gives the inclination that […]