There's no denying that Kanye West is a force to be reckoned with -- from his swag to his outrageous behavior, to his opinionated beliefs, and his hot tracks, I feel as though it's safe to say that Mr. West is not going anywhere, at least not any time soon. He may have a large fan base, but it seems that at the end of the day, his biggest fan is himself. Kanye isn't afraid to tell us that he believes his music is beyond dope, in fact, he feels it's "perfect." You and I may call it arrogant, but Yeezy calls it "factual."
According to reports, Kanye spoke out during his show in Atlantic City about his imperfections as a man. He claims he may be flawed here and there, however it is his music that exudes perfection. Kanye said, "As a man I'm not perfect, but my music is! I make perfect music," reports Essence. He added, "I’m saying that it in a factual way. I thank you so much for listening to this good-a** music!"
Listen, you gotta love and respect yourself before those around you feel the same way, right? If that means walking around like you're the H.B.I.C [head b**** in charge] up in this place, do what you gotta do Yeezy. Just make sure to keep the hot tracks/"perfect" music coming so that we can stay happy.
Although, I must admit, a part of me wonders if he has some sort of journal or a grown-man diary that he keeps...can you imagine the things he would write inside that thing? I can see it already, "Ode To Sir Kanye West." *rolls eyes*
What do you guys think about Kanye's claim that his music is perfection? Spoken like the hip hop king he is? Or a narcissistic artist who needs to come down? Share your comments below!
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Posted by: Hoamy Tran
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