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Kanye West Knows You Think He Sounded Nuts On Kimmel

He also had a group of identically dressed women who turned up on stage every so often, not so much to dance as to strike poses and bask in the glory that is 'Ye. The point of these theatrics isn't to give his audience pleasure but to command their respect. In the course of a two-hours-plus set, West played all ten of the joyless, abrasive tracks on Yeezus mostly toward the beginning of the show and cherrypicked his back catalogue for the songs that match its tone best: "Power" and "Can't Tell Me Nothing," yes; "Gold Digger" and "Good Life," no. "Through the Wire" and "Hey Mama" were reduced to hit-and-run snippets. <br>Visit:

Kanye West Opens Yeezus Tour With Incredible Visuals; Talks To Jesus

We hope those aren't Kanye West 's personally designed leather pants because it looks like they might not be so well made! While performing his opening show for his Yeezus Tour, Kanye probably caught a nice breeze down below as his pants ripped wide open at the crotch. They split so wide it almost distracted us from whatever he's wearing on his head. For all we know, Kanye meant for his pants to split because he's trying to create a new trend. <br>Visit:

The rapper performed mainly selections from the new album on a spectacular Key Arena stage that featured a 60-foot tall white mountain as a centerpiece with a gigantic circular projection screen hanging above. Also read: 20 of Kanye Wests Most Poignant and Craziest Ramblings From Jimmy Kimmel West wore a series of masks while performing On Sight, New Slave and Send It Up, along with some of his older material. Toward the end of the show the stage mountain split apart and spewed clouds of white smoke along with the Virgin Mary and a large crucifix as West sang I Wonder. Then came the capper, according to Rolling Stone : a guest appearance by none other than Jesus Christ. West removed his mask and told the Savior figure that that he had been looking for him, to which Jesus responded that he had been there all along. <br>Visit:

It's gonna b so amazing. FLYLO FM (@flyinglotus) October 14, 2013 Flying Lotus also tweeted about this before "Yeezus'" first tour date, explaining his excitement for the show. First Kendrick/ yeezus show about to start soon. Lots of amazing work about to come to life. FLYLO FM (@flyinglotus) October 20, 2013 [link] Kanye West performed selections from his discography opening with "On Sight" and concluding with "Bound 2." While those songs come from his most recently released collection Yeezus, West also performed songs from his past projects, including "Cold," "Mercy," "Hey Mama" and "Jesus Walks," a selection that was introduced with an actor dressed as Jesus Christ on the stage. "White Jesus, is that you?" Kanye West reportedly said when the actor appeared on the stage. For much of the night, West performed in different masks until finally taking the mask off. A clip of West's "Jesus Walks" performance can be found below via The "Yeezus" tour run itinerary can be found below. This is a test of the error system Add New Comment Got an account with one of these? <br>Visit:

Are we the wasted minorities in a bar full of unprejudiced white people who want us out of there? I think one of the most damaging effects America's omnipresent racism has on a person's psyche isn't the brief pang of hurt that comes from being called a slur, or seeing a picture of Barack Obama portrayed by a chimpanzee. Those things are common and old-fashioned, and when they happen I tend to feel sadder than angry, because I'm seeing someone who engages with the world like a wall instead of a human being. Rather, I think what's far more corrosive and insidious, the thing that lingers in the back of my mind the most, is the framework of plausible deniability built up around racism, and how insane that plausible deniability can make a person feel when wielded. <br>Visit:

Kanye West , however, wears his right where you can see it. Kicking off his "Yeezus" tour Saturday in Seattle, the new dad, 36, wore a white tee emblazoned with a full-body (and nearly nude!) shot of girlfriend Kim Kardashian (although it appears he left his Nori necklace at home). It's just his latest public display of affection for Kardashian, 32, whose racy post-baby selfie posted last week was met with the ultimate all-caps compliment from the rapper on Twitter : "HEADING HOME NOW." Returning the fandom, Kardashian, who welcomed daughter North with West on June 15, cheered on her main man from the audience. <br>Visit:,,20747449,00.html

Last year she surprised her many fans by opting out of the bash. In fact she was forced to miss her night out because she was secretly pregnant with her first baby, North West. Her precious daughter with Kanye was born in June. Big earner: Tickets for Kanye's gig at the massive Garden Arena at the MGM Grand are being offered for sale at up to $3,000 Since then Kim has been working to lose the baby weight. <br>Visit:

19). Following a 40-minute set from Kendrick Lamar, West kicked things off by letting those in attendance know they were in his church. A phalanx of 12 masked, white-robed female disciples walked on stage as angelic chants echoed through Seattle's KeyArena. During the rest of the show Yeezus would perform "Power" from a mountaintop, bring his " Black Skinhead " music video to life, and make it snow during his performance of "Coldest Winter." Yeezus also talked to Jesus. <br>Visit:

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