Kanye West – The Art Of Rap – Outtake
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[Kanye West – The Art Of Rap – Outtake]
[Kanye Omari West (June 8, 1977)] Source: LYBIO.net
I didn’t write my raps down for the first for my first four albums. Like I all – I just did it from the head straight to the booth but uh, this last album, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, I wrote it. Cause I – I really put myself in the zone that I felt like my life was depended on the success of this album. You know, and thing, with that being the case I say, you know what, no matter what anybody about me they won’t – I can – I can write something that can make someone that hates me the most, have to really respect and/or love the song. So even the song like: “Power” we spent 5,000 hours writing it, and it’s really psychology behind the lyrics like to, it’s not just plainly, hey I got all the powers, no one man should have all that power and its wording in it, really sensitive way that you know, opens it up for everyone. One thing my raps are always – even if I use first person, I say: “I I I I – it’s always like for everyone.” For things that people are going through to make them like you know, uplifting songs like “Stronger“, “Goodlife“, you know, the majority of my music is made to be inspirational to say, you know, I felt, I’ve been in that situation, I’ve, you know, I worked a job where I could – I couldn’t even afford the clothes at the spot I was working at.
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