Careercow Kanye West - Arrogant Rapper With a God Complex Who Likes His Asshole Fingered

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I was going to refrain from talking about Kanye’s appearance on Joe Rogan’s podcast, but I‘ll try to be objective if possible here:

To me, I don’t think Kanye is psychotic or “off his meds”, nor do I think he’s the only one that has original thoughts like this. One could say he’s manic, but I don’t want to act like the armchair psychologists that keep telling him to take his medication if he doesn’t want to keep using it. Forcing it down his throats like how we keep forcing him to stop talking won’t make us any better than the people who keep claiming that Kanye does not know what he’s talking about.

The clip above doesn’t scream off the wall insane to me; if anything, he seemed patient and concise, and plus if he were to aggravate and go off on a tangent, he’d be in a “damned if you do, damned if you don’t“. We should point out that insane, manic people like Kanye don’t have net worth(s) of almost $5 billion dollars. They do get locked up in mental asylums, but as far as I know, America shut them down.

Still, I don’t know if we should be jumping the gun again and claiming that Kanye is “crazy” because of an almost 3-hour long podcast, as if he hasn’t said other ridiculous things in the past that he hasn’t been criticized for.

That, and you have to be disingenuous to think that a bipolar disordered man is wrong for saying that the Star Wars sequels are better than the prequels
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He's completely out of his mind, to the point where every sentence he utters is some kind of cryptic description of his own insanity.

It does seem a little out of the ordinary for him to keep using words “white supremacists” and giving Haiti more technology, electricity and creating schools filled with technology. Some poster on here claimed that they have to stop making mud cookies first and find a way to stop them from polluting their nations with trash and poverty.

Instagram feed is entirely user specific. While yours is just memes and shitposts, kanye feed is full concepts, ideas and God. Kanye thinks he is like instagram but in reality his instagram is like him.

I’d say the reason he cares so much about Instagram is because Mark Zuckerberg knows the CEO over there, since Facebook largely controls most of the content on his site and Instagram’s. Kanye was the first to ask him for meetings on Twitter on how to get him out of some enormous debt.

Nah, he should start a podcast and just ramble mad shit like this for hours every week. I'd subscribe, he talks like an alien.

Someone on JRE’s comment section claimed that Joe needs to get Kanye, Alex Jones and Elon Musk in the same room to talk about random topics for three hours straight. If he can get Tim Pool to embarrass Jack Dorsey and his lawyer on the podcast while President Trump tweets out that Joe Rogan should have asked the debate questions instead of Chris Wallace, I’d wish this would be a thing.
 

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Someone on JRE’s comment section claimed that Joe needs to get Kanye, Alex Jones and Elon Musk in the same room to talk about random topics for three hours straight. If he can get Tim Pool to embarrass Jack Dorsey and his lawyer on the podcast while President Trump tweets out that Joe Rogan should have asked the debate questions instead of Chris Wallace, I’d wish this would be a thing.
He had Alex Jones and Tim Dillon on today but in comparison to Kanye's interview its fairly boring and normal. Also, Kanye thinks a lot about what he's saying when he says it and Alex in comparison, says everything he's thinking about all at once. They would be terrible together in a joint interview because it would just be the Alex Jones show.
 

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While West may have failed to get his name on ballots in all 50 states, the rapper did appear on ballots in 12 states, including Arkansas, Colorado, Idaho, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Minnesota, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Utah, and Vermont. The Grammy-winner received a total of more than 57,000 votes on Tuesday, according to a report by Deadline via the Associated Press.

Here is how the rapper did in each state with vote counts:

Arkansas: 4,040
Colorado: 6,127
Idaho: 3,092
Iowa: 3,197
Kentucky: 6,259
Louisiana: 4,894
Minnesota: 7,654
Mississippi: 3,117
Oklahoma: 5,590
Tennessee: 10,195
Utah: 4,311
Vermont: 1,255
West announced that he was running for president on July 4. Last month, the rapper called out “racist” liberals during in an interview with Joe Rogan, saying that they regularly condescend to black people by assuming they are unable to make decisions for themselves.

“One of the most racist things that liberals who pride themselves on not being racist have said to me, like, ‘you’re going to split the black vote,'” said West. “That makes it seem like black people can’t make decisions for ourselves.”

Over the summer, West declared himself pro-life and stated that Planned Parenthood abortion facilities exist in cities on behalf of “white supremacists to do the devil’s work.”

He still has hope that he will win the presidency in 2024.

At least he’s optimistic.
 

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Happy 10th birthday to the most influential record in the history of Western music.





Beat me to the punch.

Anyway, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy managed to MAKE RAP MUSIC GREAT AGAIN by re-discovering the idea that album covers can look good, artsy, funny and wild all over again.

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The last cover art picture was also banned in certain stores because of its sexual imagery. I also remember this because this was around the time when Kanye West was one of the more interesting people to follow on Twitter, where he admitted that he wanted it to be provocative:

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(Back when Twitter just had a simple font with different color changes. Good times.)


Either way, you can thank artist George Condo for creating the artwork for MBDTF, while forcing Kanye to re-invent himself after his College Dropout days.

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I liked this from Rick Ross:

I still had one more old friend I needed to help out before I could get started on Teflon Don. At the top of 2010 I received a call from Kanye West’s management asking me to come to Hawaii. Kanye was holed up at Avex Honolulu Studios working on something. He’d booked all three of the studio’s recording rooms for 24 hours a day until further notice.

Kanye had come to Hawaii to get away. It was his escape from his problems at home. A year and a half earlier he’d found refuge there following the loss of his mother. That retreat inspired his fourth album, 808s and Heartbreak. This time around Kanye had come to Hawaii after a situation at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards. He’d interrupted Taylor Swift’s acceptance speech to say the award should have gone to Beyoncé. He got a lot of backlash for that. Even President Obama called him a jackass.
It had been eight years since I last saw Kanye. I’d gotten him on “Maybach Music 2” but that was done remotely. We hadn’t actually been in a studio together since our cyphers at Studio Center back in 2002. A lot had changed since then. For both of us.
I wasn’t sure what to expect of our reunion when me, Pucci and Spiff checked into our Hilton hotel on Waikiki Beach. But once we got to the studio I started to gather that this wasn’t going to be my typical guest verse. The first thing I noticed were all these signs Kanye had put up on the walls.




NO TWEETING
NO HIPSTER HATS
ALL LAPTOPS ON MUTE
JUST SHUT THE FUCK UP SOMETIMES
NO TWEETING PLEASE THANK YOU
NO BLOGGING
NO NEGATIVE BLOG VIEWING
DON’T TELL ANYONE ANYTHING ABOUT ANYTHING WE’RE DOING!
NO RACKING FOCUS WHILE MUSIC IS BEING PLAYED OR MUSIC IS BEING MADE
TOTAL FOCUS ON THIS PROJECT IN ALL STUDIOS
NO ACOUSTIC GUITAR IN THE STUDIO
NO PICTURES

I wasn’t sure what tweeting was but I did know that something different was taking place here. Kanye had flown in a murderer’s row of emcees, producers and songwriters to work on this project. Legendary beatmakers like No I.D., Pete Rock and DJ Toomp. Young superstars in the making like Nicki Minaj, Kid Cudi and Big Sean.
This was the routine. Every day would start at 10:00 a.m. with breakfast at Kanye’s crib in Diamond Head. Sometimes we’d get there before he did. Kanye would still be at the studio from the night before. He had two full-time chefs there who were cooking up French toast with flambéed banana while everybody got to talking about what we’d worked on the night before and what we were fitting to do at the studio today. These were Knights of the Round Table discussions.
It was during one of those breakfasts that Kanye and I got to talking about Pusha T. Pusha was one half of the Virginia rap duo Clipse, who had just dropped their third album Till the Casket Drops. Kanye had been featured on the album on a song called “Kinda Like a Big Deal” but he never actually worked on the record. He’d recorded his verse on there for a T.I. song called “On Top of the World,” but somehow it had ended up getting placed on the Clipse song instead.



So Kanye didn’t know Pusha T. But I did and I gave Ye my opinion on him. Somebody like Pusha T could be a big asset in this environment and I recommended Kanye see what his label situation was too. I got them on the phone and the rest is history. I had already left Hawaii by the time Pusha got there but he got a few placements on the album and Kanye ended up signing him to G.O.O.D. Music.
After breakfast Kanye would go play a few games of pickup basketball at the YMCA. Spiff and I usually skipped out on the gym. We’d hop in our little Kia rental car and explore the island. We’d go to lunch at Benihana, and do some shopping. Spiff and I are toy collectors and we found a dope-ass toy store one day and bought mad shit.
Playtime was over at 3:00 p.m. That’s when everyone would reconvene at the studio. For the next 12 hours it was all business.
Kanye’s creative process was a little chaotic. He’s a real theory. One minute Kanye would be with me working on “Live Fast, Die Young” and then suddenly he’d leave to see how Nicki’s verse was coming along on “Monster” in the other room.
Nicki Minaj earned my respect as a lyricist that day. I knew she was Lil Wayne’s protégé and had a big personality, but when I saw her sit down and write her verse on “Monster” from scratch, I was blown away. The girl was a superstar and she was setting it off on this record. I convinced Kanye to let me whip up a little four-bar bridge that we could squeeze between the song’s intro and Kanye’s hook.
Bitch, I’m a monster, no good blood sucker
Fat motherfucker, now look who’s in trouble
As you run through my jungles all you hear is rumbles
Kanye West samples, here’s one for example

—“Monster,” My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy (2010)



The next thing I knew I was in a closet with this cool bearded white brother getting ready to record. I’d seen this guy working out of this tiny room in the back. He’d been there since I got there. I figured he must be a stand-in for Mike Dean—Kanye’s main engineer who hadn’t gotten to Hawaii yet—but it turned out he was the voice behind the distorted vocals on the song’s intro. We ended up smoking a whole bunch of joints and kicking the shit while I laid down my little verse.
This hippy motherfucker ended up being Justin Vernon of the band Bon Iver. But I didn’t find that out until later. During the time we spent working together I had no clue who he was and I didn’t think to ask. I had no doubt that anybody Kanye had flown down here was here for a good reason.



My biggest contribution to My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy came several months after my trip to Hawaii. Kanye had to turn in his album the next day. But he wanted to get me on “Devil in a New Dress.”
I’d already recorded a verse to “Devil in a New Dress” in Hawaii. It was a real soulful joint built around an old Smokey Robinson. Kanye had already released the song as part of his weekly G.O.O.D. Fridays series. Except he hadn’t kept my verse on there. But when I met up with Kanye in New York at the final hour of his album he had a new version of the song. His engineer Mike Dean had added this mean guitar solo breakdown at the end of it that Kanye wanted me to come in after. But he wanted me to write a new verse. He didn’t like the one I’d done in Hawaii.
“I know that you can do something better than that,” he told me.
That’s what he said. Then he stood up, turned around and walked out the studio.
It was good that he left. I needed a minute to process what had just happened. In all my years no one had ever asked me to rewrite a verse before. Even when I was a nobody ghostwriting for artists way bigger than me no one had ever said something like that.
I was shocked but I wasn’t offended. I wasn’t pissed. That surprised me too. I knew Kanye hadn’t said that to upset me. He was pushing me the same way he had been pushing everybody in Hawaii. The same way he was pushing himself to do something even greater. So the ball was in my court. I could either take his request as disrespect or I could take him up on his challenge. I decided on the latter and two hours later I had another verse. It’s one that many of my fans consider to be the best of my career.



Lookin’ at my bitch, I bet she give your ass a bone
Lookin’ at my wrist, it’ll turn your ass to stone
Stretch limousine, sippin’ rosé all alone
Double-headed monster with a mind of his own
Cherry red chariot, excess is just my character
All black tux, nigga shoes lavender
I never needed acceptance from all you outsiders
Had cyphers with Yeezy before his mouth wired
Before his jaw shattered, climbing up the Lord’s ladder
We still speeding, running signs like they don’t matter
Hater talking never made me mad
Never that when I’m in my favorite papertag
Therefore G4’s at the Clearport
When it come to tools fool I’m a Pep Boy
When it came to dope I was quick to export
Never tired of ballin’ so it’s on to the next sport
New Mercedes sedan, the Lex Sport
So many cars DMV thought it was mail fraud
Different traps I was getting mail from
Polk County, Jacksonville rep Melbourne
Whole clique’s appetite had tapeworms
Spinning Teddy Pendergrass vinyl as my J burns
I shed a tear before the night’s over
God bless the man I put this ice over
Getting 2Pac money twice over
Still a real nigga, red Coogi sweater, dice roller
I’m making love to the angel of death
Catching feelings, never stumble, retracing my steps

—“Devil in a New Dress,” My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy (2010)
 

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