He has a big ego. Such a huge ego. And we kind of love it. At Atlantic City’s Revel Hotel and Casino this weekend, Kanye West performed his first solo show since Coachella in 2011. During his set he told the crowd, “I make perfect music.” At least he followed it up by recognizing he’s a flawed human being. Performing for two nights, both sold-out (he talks like this ’cause he can back it up!), West performed “Way Too Cold,” “Mercy” with no guest appearances, “Runaway” joined by Pusha T, “New God Flow,” “All of the Lights,” and “In The Air” cover by Phil Collins. Yes, you heard that right. Yeezy showed off his novice vocal skills.
Fresh off of his Watch The Throne tour with big brother Jay-Z, Yeezy has been busy dropping good, or should we say G.O.O.D. Music for the forthcoming Cruel Summer compilation album. The rapper and producer extraordinaire is also said to be working on his sixth studio album. From concerts to cultivating the talent on his G.O.O.D. record label to fashion shows in Paris, one thing for sure is Ye’s priority is the music. Instead of toasting to the douchebags, we’re going to toast the imperfect man creating perfect music. Cheers!
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