Here goes some more footage from Kanye West’s appearance on Later…with Jools Holland. Up top Kanye performed “Blood on The Leaves” and below he is joined by Charlie Wilson for “New Slaves”. Check out his previous performance of Bound 2 here.
Kanye West and Charlie paid a visit to Jools Holland show on BBC 2 in the UK to perform their track “Bound 2″.
Yes, you read the headline correctly. A Kanye West-Miley Cyrus collabo will be happening. Super producer Mike Will Made-It has confirmed that the two have recorded a remix to “Black Skinhead.”
Following the VMAs last month, Yeezy and Miley hit the studio. “We went to the studio with Kanye, so we went right back to work. We watched the VMAs a little bit then went straight to the studio,” Mike Will told MTV News’ Sway Calloway.
The song is almost completed. “We’re all working on that and it’s about done, we’re touching the beat up a little bit,” said the “We Can’t Stop” hitmaker. “It sound crazy.”
And what did Ye think of Miley’s risqué performance at the VMAs? “He told her that she did right too,” said Mike. “Ye is somebody who understands it. People that understand it aren’t gonna have anything too negative to say about the performance.”
The “Black Skinhead” remix will appear later this year on a remix EP, according to Page Six.
Looking forward to it?
By Sara Ergen – @ergense
Kanye West attended Pusha T’s “My Name Is My Name” album listening party and decided to grab the mic and give a heated speech. The always passionate Kanye went on a mini rant at corporations and sell outs while praising his GOOD Music artist Pusha T. My Name Is My Name drops on October 8th.
Props Miss Info.
“Brandy little sister lame and he know it now.”
Kanye West hit the stage with Charlie Wilson to perform his Yeezus single “Bound 2″ for the first time on Jimmy Fallon. He also took the opportunity to diss Ray J.
DONDA has done it again! Kanye West went on Twitter earlier today to reveal the cover art for Pusha T‘s newest album, “My Name Is My Name.” Kanye’s creative company DONDA has produced two album covers for the fellow G.O.O.D. Music rapper, both in a bold black and white. The first cover displays a barcode with the usual series of numbers, the second shows Pusha T with his head tilted back.
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During Kanye West’s interview on Kim K’s mothers show The Kris Jenner show the celebrity couple revealed the first photo of their baby North West.
UPDATE: Check out the full Kanye West Interview on the Kris Jenner show below.
And the fiasco continues…
Papoose took his time stepping into the booth to lay it down over Big Sean, Kendrick Lamar & Jay Electronica‘s now notorious No I.D.-produced “Control” instrumental in response to Lamar’s ballsy claim to the crown of the rap game.
Pap doesn’t let Big Sean, Yeezus or Drake slide on his re-creation either, emasculating his counterparts to an extent. In reference to said rappers, he angrily claims:
You only blew up because you contribute to the feminization of the black man.
I can’t help but wonder…in the aftermath of Kendrick‘s self-appointment to the throne, who’s really winning? The rappers coming out the woodwork to prove that they’re still hot, or the man that lit the match that started this lyrical inferno?
Check out Pap’s Control response below, and let us know your thoughts.
By: Alana Johnson
Drizzy spoke to Revolt TV about Kanye West at the OVO Fest. He revealed that he hardly spoke to Kanye before he hit the stage and was surprised by his complimentary comments.