It's Throwback Thursday in these e-streets, and with that DJ Eclipse has uploaded some previously unseen footage of a young Kanye West (aged 19 years old in the above footage) rapping at a the opening party for Fat Beats in NYC in August of 1996.
TMZ has unearthed footage of Kanye West appearing in what seems to have been a failed reality TV show. It's a clip from a 2010 pilot, and even in 2010, Yeezy had a thing against airports (and the people that talk to him in airports).
Last week, Complex offices received a mysterious card containing a release date & cryptic reference to a possible new Kanye West project titled "Kanye West's New Testament". With rumors circling that it was a new "surprise" album from 'Ye, it turns out to be a giant troll, as expected.
Stones Throw Records is a label responsible for many classic albums from underground artists, including Madlib, MF DOOM and of course J Dilla. Founded in 1996, it's built a well-respected reputation of putting out high quality rap from oft-slept-on MCs.
It looks like Kanye West's new album could be coming sooner than we were expecting. New details indicate that the album will be less abrasive than it's predecessor, but will channel the same darkness that Yeezus was built off of.
Yeezus and Kim Kardashian are the latest couple to grace the cover of VOGUE magazine, which is apparently due to the former's relentless persistence in the matter. 'Ye recently had lunch with Anna Wintour, the magazine's editor-in-chief, and apparently campaigned hard.
Following his sit-down interview with Seth, Kanye made his way over to the stage to perform a special medley of hits including "All Of The Lights", "Stronger", "Heartless", "Mercy", "Jesus Walks", "Touch The Sky", and "Black Skinhead".
Actor/comedian Seth Myers is making his late night debut this week on NBC, replacing Jimmy Fallon's spot. For the show's second night on Tuesday, Meyers' guests included Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl Champion Russell Wilson, and of course, musical guest Kanye West.
As expected, Kanye West's proposal to Kim Kardashian officially aired on the Kardashian's reality T.V show "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" which is currently in its ninth season, and plenty more seasons are expected as they recently signed a huge new multi-season deal.
Kanye West has kicked off the second leg of his "Yeezus" tour, and the first stop he hit last night was in Pennsylvania. Although Ye said awhile ago that he would no longer be ranting, he was back at his old ways at the Bryce Jordan Center.
Kanye West and A.P.C. founder Jean Touitou are in Paris for Fashion Week, and yesterday they hit up the French talk show Le Grand Journal for a joint interview. The two discuss their past clothing collaborations and their plans to do something bigger and better with the next collaboration.
Kanye closed out the very last show of his “Yeezus Tour” in Toronto by bringing out hometown hero Drake. The two "Rap Gods" performed their 2009 collabo “Forever” for the first time. Drake then went on to do his hit "All Me".
After performing in his hometown of Chicago, 'Ye stopped by Power92 to build with DJ Pharris. Yeezy spoke on his Adidas deal, mentioning that he just got back from Germany (before the recent Chicago shows), and hopes to have product out by September.
Returning for the second time, Kanye West appears in spoof form in “The Hobbit” episode. Sticking to current pop culture news, South Park focuses on Yeezy’s wife-to-be Kim Kardashian, where Kanye steps in various times to defend his fiancée. He also recreates the hilarious "Bound 2" video. Check it out!