Kanye West – Speaks On 1st Week Sales – Comeback – George Bush – Media & More
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[Kanye Omari West (June 8, 1977]
Get Back Music, week after week after week we get back in the studio doing what we do, Good Friday’s, new albums, ah, yeah! And I wanna thank all the, and I never thought I would ever say this, I would like to thank the magazines, perfect scores across the board. I always thought I could do anything, but now I feel so fearless, like, to do an album, after the year I had and all that, your careers over and die nigga, die, and die, and you’ll never make music again and to come back and do 100 thousand the first day, digital alone, to do, to be slated to do 600k first week, I donâ€™t talk about the numbers but what that number says is that the people want me to keep making music and for me to not give up. No radio singles, no number one record, no top ten record, they had to re-order, [inaudible] they sold out in Chicago! Source: LYBIO.net They sold out at BestBuy at 14th street tonight. They sold out! They said, ya’ll you ain’t go not radio singles so ah, we estimate 250,000 first week all, what about the fact that we just don’t like you, but I ainâ€™t here to do no mztherfzckin politics, I’m here to make music. Iâ€™m not here to talk in no mztherfzckin interviews, nobody asking me no stupid zss questions. We had such a great win. Matt Lauer is a not a bad guy, Iâ€™m sureâ€¦But if youâ€™re a child thatâ€™s being abused by your parent, or youâ€™re a girl thatâ€™s being abused by your boyfriend, the greatest win you can ever have, is for that person to hit you in public! You see?! You see, I told you! cause every-time we on stage, there is no way to justify it. There was no way for me to justify it.
[Kanye Omari West (June 8, 1977]
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[Kanye Omari West (June 8, 1977]
There was no way for me to justify the way people judge me. When you do things that happened last year its disrespectful to everyone that’s creative. Its a slap in the face to everyone who tries to do something real, if I wasn’t drunk, I would of been on stage longer. Like, am I the only one whoâ€™s not crazy here? Are you fzcking kidding me? Are you fzcking kidding me? And then they run with it, hey run with it. And donâ€™t call me and tell me what I should do. Iâ€™m my own man!! Sometimes you scream on a an nigga and sometimes you gotta come back and say, you know I screamed out of line – my bad. Here’s look at this, everybody wants to use people, Everyone wants to villainize people, even if you take the concept of George Bush. Thereâ€™s no leader in history that has been villainized in that way, and didnâ€™t get killed at war or commit suicide. Source: LYBIO.net So any man that lives through it deserves one moment of redemption. Any man, cause at the end of the day cause we are all without flaw. The thing is people point their fingers, the projections the shzt that people write on blogs is a projection of what they feel about themselves and what they scared about themselves and they want to project to the people who are on TV, and now we are a mere surfaces of the energy that they are projecting on us. Everybody needs a villain, don’t we? We need to blame someone at all times. And for me to be considered a racist for stating a blatant – a blatant truth, an obvious truth. But the nuances of my words because I am very particular with my words, and the emotion that I felt at that time wasnâ€™t worded exactly right. But everybody came and said, â€˜oh my god!â€™ Iâ€™m talking about 5 years ago, Iâ€™m not talking about a year ago. Iâ€™m talking about 5 years ago, Iâ€™m talking about Katrina. And everybody said â€˜oh my god, Kanye, I love you so much. I hated you until you said that. Now youâ€™re speaking for me. I always thought you were an zsshole but now you said something that represents me.â€™ And the whole time Iâ€™m thinking, thatâ€™s not exactly what I wanted to say. I was emotional. Thatâ€™s not exactly how I wanted to word it. But I rode it, I rode it, just as Taylor never came to my defense in any interview, and rode the wave and rode it, and rode it. Thatâ€™s the way I rode the wave of the Bush comment – I rode it. Itâ€™s not about popular opinion, itâ€™s about when you look in your heart and know whatâ€™s right and whatâ€™s wrong. When you look in your heart, look at what the media did. Look at how they exploited him. Source: LYBIO.net They said that he said, it was his lowest moment. And America, we took that as a fact. When you look at that interview, he said it was one of his lowest moments. And he said it about 10 different things. But because of the popularity of me, they exploited that, to make you watch the interview, and make you feel that he was stupider than ever to think that a rapper comment could be his lowest moment. Thatâ€™s not what he fzking said! Thatâ€™s not what he said! He said itâ€™s one of his lowest moments. But it shows you – it shows you the way they try to villainize! The way they try to do that! Everything would have been okay, if they didnâ€™t play the audio that day, none the wiser, none the wiser! Source: LYBIO.net They played the audio, they fzcked up in front of everybody. They fzcked up big time. If you a real artist, have no fear! Say what the fzck you want, do what you want, make what you want. If its meant to be, the people will stand up, like they stood up for me this week, 600-thousand, after coming off being the most hated person this time last year. Thank you so much for the energy from the streets, the energy from the blogs the energy from the reporters, the energy from the actors, the comedians, from the writers, the fashion designers, from the models, all the energy from the models, all the energy from the subway workers, from the doorman, cab driver, to the school teacher, the energy – that’s the energy that you feel right now, that’s what happens when you speak from what people are really really going through, I can’t be your role model. Source: LYBIO.net I can’t be your savior, I can’t be your anti-Christ, I don’t know what the fzk the Illuminati is, I like clothes and I still like girls and I don’t give a fzk what you think! You know, and I know, I love ya’ll and all my family that came out to help me with that album, that came through tonight, flying in, private jets, everything they had to get here, everybody all the artists that sat through this whole thing, I know you gotta wake up in the morning, thank you so much, I love you! Good night.
Kanye West – Speaks On 1st Week Sales – Comeback – George Bush – Media & More. And the whole time Iâ€™m thinking, thatâ€™s not exactly what I wanted to say. I was emotional. Thatâ€™s not exactly how I wanted to word it. But I rode it, I rode it, just as Taylor never came to my defense in any interview, and rode the wave and rode it, and rode it. Thatâ€™s the way I rode the wave of the Bush comment – I rode it. Itâ€™s not about popular opinion, itâ€™s about when you look in your heart and know whatâ€™s right and whatâ€™s wrong. When you look in your heart, look at what the media did. Look at how they exploited him. Complete Full Script, Dialogue, Remarks, Saying, Quotes, Words And Text By Kanye West – Speaks On 1st Week Sales – Comeback – George Bush – Media & More.