*In case you missed Kanye West’s “Yeezus” tour, or you’d like to relive your experience at the concert, the rapper has you covered with a Hype Williams-directed film of the outing’s North American leg.
On Thursday, ‘Ye shared a brief trailer from the upcoming film on his official site. The video features rapid-fire clips of a variety of scenes from the tour…and of course, some random horses running through snow.
The film will appear in theaters, according to the trailer.
*Instead of doing a traditional set on “Late Night With Seth Meyers” on Tuesday, guest Kanye West gave the host a career-spanning greatest hits performance on Meyers’ second night on the air.
In silhouette, Yeezy started out with “Jesus Walks,” then quickly moved into “Touch The Sky,” “Stronger,” “Heartless,” “All of the Lights,” “Mercy” and “Black Skinhead” before wrapping with a strobe light and a toss of the mic stand before exiting the stage.
In his pre-performance interview, ‘Ye said that ending the Yeezus tour on Sunday night was kind of a melancholy affair. “I thought it went really good and it’s kind of sad when it’s over,” said the rapper, sporting black leather pants, brown boots and a white short sleeved shirt. “You put to much into it and so many people are excited to see it. It’s fun to express something that you created.”
That’s what Kanye West is being called these days.
Someone tell West that his wedding is NOT a stage performance.
Poor Kim Kardashian‘s wedding day is going to be a circus at this rate.
*As music lovers weigh in on the Kanye West remix to Beyonce’s hit single “Drunk in Love,” the rapper’s ex is addressing those who feel she may have dissed him and his latest work.
According to reports, the situation stems from a tweet Amber Rose posted on Saturday amid all the talk about the “Drunk in Love.”
- Kanye West attends the “River Of Fundament” world premiere at BAM Harvey Theater on February 12, 2014 in New York City
*Kanye West had another headline-making rant during a stop on his Yeezus Tour.
The latest took place Saturday in Newark, New Jersey – and, as always, during the extended performance of his track “Runaway.”
“So every media outlet, I don’t care who you are — TMZ, E!, Barbara Walters — don’t play yourself,” West warned. “Respect it as such. SNL, all you writers, Lorne Michaels, respect it as such. ‘Cause when we standing face to face, you know who you’re looking at.”
He then went on to equate himself to Prince, Missy Elliot, and Lauryn Hill, before offering his hypothesis on why he gets picked apart in the press.