Watch Kanye West's Full Glastonbury Set
After facing petitions calling for his removal from the bill, Kanye West's Glastonbury performance was a legendary moment in stunting-on-the-haters history. With the majority of the backlash stemming from the fact that a rock band wasn't in Ye's place, he decided to declare himself the 'greatest living rockstar,' and following his showstopping set, few would argue with the statement.
Kanye West Covers "Bohemian Rhapsody" At Glastonbury
Kanye West's epic set at Glastonbury included a stage-crasher, a Justin Vernon appearance, Kanye serenading the crowd from the roost of a crane, and a cover of Queen's classic cut "Bohemian Rhapsody."
Comedian Runs On Stage During Kanye West's Glastonbury Performance
Kanye's Saturday night performance at Glastonbury Festival was interrupted by English comedian Lee Nelson, who ran on stage and roused the crowd with his brief performance of "Black Skinhead" before being hauled off by a security guard. "Some people were saying Kanye shouldn't headline Glastonbury so I thought I'd give him a hand," he tweeted out beforehand along with a pic of him wearing a shirt reading "Lee-zus."
Big Sean Feat. Kanye West "All Your Fault" Video
Big Sean Feat. Kanye West
A week after dropping a fire video for "One Man Can Change The World," Big Sean is back with the visuals for Dark Sky Paradise banger "All Your Fault" feat. Kanye West.
Kanye West Freestyles At Birthday Bash 20
Kanye West generally reserves a part of his show to speak his mind, and while he'll often mix speaking and singing in his stream-of-consciousness addresses, it's been a while since he dropped a proper freestyle. While not exactly the type of bars you'd gonna hear someone bust out on Sway In The Morning, Yeezy went off-the-dome at the 107.9 Birthday Bash, of which he was a surprise performer. With lines like "that's the magic of racism, it works on itself," it seemed as though Ye must have been at least partially addressing the Charleston Shooting. Watch the full clip above.
Stream Hot 107.9 ATL Birthday Bash 20 Feat. Kanye West, Ludacris, And More
Atlanta Hot 107.9 Birthday Bash is the Hot 97 Summer Jam of the Dirty South. Previously it has featured such rap luminaries as Jay-Z, Drake, Lil Wayne, T.I.; this year the lineup is pretty stacked, with Kanye West, Ludacris, Wale, B.o.B, Big Boi, Future, Migos, and Rae Sremmurd. Other rappers performing over the course of the 3-day bash include Mike WiLL Made-It, K Camp, DJ Drama, Bun B, Trick Daddy, Ying Yang Twins, Lil Scrappy, Pastor Troy, Mase, Fabolous, Fetty Wap, Cool America, Solo Lucci, and Scotty ATL. Gotdam.
Big Sean Feat. Kanye West, John Legend "One Man Can Change The World" Video
Big Sean Feat. Kanye West & John Legend
Big Sean's new video for Dark Sky Paradise single "One Man Can Change The World" is probably his most somber to date, a tribute to his late grandmother Mildred V. Leonard -- a remarkable woman who served as one the first female black captains in World War II and later became one of the first female black police officers in Detroit before working as a teacher and counselor for Detroit Public Schools for 30 years.
Madonna Feat. Nicki Minaj "Bitch I'm Madonna" Video
Madonna Feat. Nicki Minaj
Madonna chose to premiere the video for her Nicki Minaj-featuring track "Bitch I'm Madonna" on TIDAL earlier this week, but lucky for all of us non-subscribers, it's now on YouTube. Check it out above.
Drake Threw A Crazy Pool Party On The Weekend
Champagne Papi's mansion was lit this past weekend. The rapper threw a crazy pool party (complete with foam), and had a host of celebrity friends and rappers over. For those who follow Drizzy on Instagram, you probably caught wind of the video he threw up giving us a glimpse inside the festivities.
Vic Mensa Feat. Kanye West "U Mad" Video
Vic Mensa Feat. Kanye West
Vic Mensa got arguably the biggest look of his career to date when Kanye West produced and rapped on his latest track, "U Mad," back in March. It'll be the first single on Mensa's upcoming album Traffic, and today, it gets a video.
New Kanye West Song Previewed In Win Butler Of Arcade Fire's DJ Set
We're not sure how he got a hold of it (perhaps it's the Tidal connection), but Win Butler of The Arcade Fire previewed some new music at his DJ set last night. Performing as DJ Windows 98 in his hometown of Montreal, Quebec, the celebrated songwriter slipped an unreleased Yeezy track into the mix. While there's no info on the song, the short clip already has us excited for the new record, which is closer to "All Day" than "Only One," with a little bit of "God Level" sprinkled in.
Watch Kanye West's New "I Want It All" Freestyle
Last night (May 16), Kanye west performed at PowerHouse 2015 in Anaheim, part of a lineup that included Ludacris, Ty Dolla $ign, Tinashe, and Nipsey Hussle. After performing "Heartless," from 2008's 808s & Heartbreak, producer Mike Dean continued the instrumental on the keys while Yeezy proceeded to debut a new verse, which is being titled "I Want It All." The verse shows Kanye at his most unhinged, screaming "I want it all" toward the end of the track.
Watch Kanye West, Ludacris, And More Perform Live At Powerhouse 2015
Tune in at 10ET to for a live stream of Power 106's "Powerhouse 2015" extravaganza in Anaheim's Honda Center, featuring performances from: Kanye West, Ludacris, Kid Ink, B.o.B., Tech N9ne, Ty Dolla $ign, G Eazy, Tinashe, Logic, Nipsey Hussle, and Casey Veggies.
Vic Mensa Speaks On Kanye West, Signing To Roc Nation
Here goes another sit-down with Vic Mensa, also from his NYC press run. In addition to chopping it up with Sway In The Morning, the Chicago native chopped it up with MTV.
Vic Mensa Freestyles On Sway In The Morning, Shares Advice From Jay Z
Vic Mensa is definitely coming up in the world, in part thanks to a major Kanye West co-sign (that includes a verse from Ye on his hard-hitting single "U Mad"). While Vic was in New York, he did the press rounds which included a visit to Sway In The Morning.
Kanye West & Dame Dash Present: "Too Honorable" (Trailer)
Kanye West & Dame Dash
Executively produced by Dame Dash and Kanye West, the official trailer for “Too Honorable” has now been released. The film, which is being dubbed a “mixtape movie”, will feature a star-studded cast consisting of names like Stacey Dash, Cam’ron, Smoke DZA, Styles P, Murda Mook, Oschino Vasquez, Nicholas Turturro, Michael Rispoli and more. Look for the film to be released digitally in a few weeks on May 25th. For now, peep the trailer above.
Skepta Talks Working With Kanye West & Earl Sweatshirt In Red Bull Music Academy Lecture
Historically, it's taken a lot for the American public to accept a UK rapper and popularize their music, but Skepta's broken the mold.
Word On The Street: Tidal
Ever since launching last month, the Jay Z-helmed streaming service Tidal has been a hot topic in the music world, whether due to its exclusive content or seemingly faltering level of usership.
Watch Vic Mensa Sign To Roc Nation
Back in February, Vic Mensa went from Freshmen to rising superstar after singing on Kanye West's "Wolves." He's now got 'Ye on his own record, "U Mad," and just last week, he signed to Jay Z's Roc Nation. And he hasn't even put out an album yet.