2 days ago Jimmy Kimmel aired a spoof of Kanye’s interview with BBC. Jimmy basically had a little kid repeat word-for-word what Kanye said in the interview which infuriated the rapper. Kanye took to Twitter to voice his dislike for the comedian and Jimmy responded to Kanye’s tweets on his show. The whole ordeal is pretty entertaining. Take a look at the whole down below.
Kanye West is known for avoiding interviews, but the outspoken MC decided to sit down with BBC’s Zane Lowe for an interesting conversation. Kanye was his normal self throughout the entire interview. He vented his problems with industry and let’s the world know how feels about himself. Love him or hate him, the dude is entertaining.
Artist Sean Williams created these typographic portraits of artists using lyrics from their well-known songs. The portraits feature the likes of Jay-Z, Kanye West, Justin Timberlake, Bruno Mars, Rihanna, and one of those kids from One Direction. These portraits were originally created for an exhibit called “Hip Hop Type”.
Apparently, Kanye wants himself, his girlfriend, and their new baby daughter to travel in the safest way possible. He recently spent approximately $2.4 million on ‘his & hers’ matching armored SUVs. The SUV itself is made by Dartz Motor Company. I can’t really picture Kim Kardashian behind the wheel of one of these beastly automobiles.
Freelance video game designer and Kanye West fan, Phenix, has created a video game inspired by Yeezus himself. Kanye West 3030 is a 2D, roleplaying game with a 90′s feel to it. Kanye must battle an army of evil industry clones such as Jay Z, Nas, MF Doom, Nicki Minaj, and Notorious B.I.G in order to survive. Lil B serves as the final boss that Yeezy must defeat. Surprisingly, the Paparazzi played no role in the game. Check out the videos to get a better idea of the gameplay.
Since Kanye has not released a single or music video from his latest album yet, fans are taking matters into their own hands to create videos like this. David Fuenz filled a moleskine notebook with illustrations to go along with Kanye’s Black Skinhead song.
If you haven’t heard, Kanye West has a capsule collection release on the 14th with A.P.C. So far, it looks like it’s just going to be some nice denim, and a short-sleeved hoodie of sorts.
Part of the promo for Yeezus were these posters that encourage consumers to “add graffiti”. GQ recently sent some posters to a few artists to add their own graffiti. The artists that these were mailed to include Mister Cartoon, Wil Fry, and James Franco.
Artist ADN has created this “Simpsonized” series featuring some of our favorite real and fictional characters. So far the series features the A$AP Rocky, Kanye West, Jay-Z, The Dude, and a good portion of the Game of Thrones cast. ADN is adding new characters all the time. Check out ADN’s “Simpsonized” tumblr page here. Via Simpsonized
Leyla Ghobadi. LAY-luh. And then the last name I think is pronounced in the same way you say “go potty” to your dog when you let it out to pee. Anyways, here’s the skinny: she’s a 24 year old attention-seeking wannabe model who took a pic with Kanye and is milking it for all its worth
This is street art at its finest. New York based artist, Jay Shells, created a bunch of street signs featuring notable hip hop lyrics and placed them at the exact locations mentioned in each song. The signs feature quotes from artists like Jay Z, Big L, Nas, Cam’Ron, and many more. Take a closer look after the jump.