He got a big egooooooooooo. Such a huge ego!
Kanye West broke his six-week Twitter silence today not to celebrate his Grammy nomination domination but to give a peek behind the scenes of the Watch the Throne tour on VOYR. And it’s a suitably solid clip, giving a nice taste of the tour’s epic vibes with a killer Kanye voice-over to match.
“I was just thinking about my funeral and stuff a couple days ago and thinking who would be at the funeral,” Yeezy says, measured and seemingly sans braggadocio. “People who I want to be in the funeral? I wanna have world leaders that were, like, affected, that said, you know, ‘Kanye gave me my shot here.’ Or ‘he pushed me,’ or ‘he told me to believe in myself,’ or ‘when I saw this, it made me feel like that.’ I wanna affect people like that when I, like, pass away.”
The clip, a one-off free stream from the $5-monthly service VOYR, also lets you watch Kanye do Kanye things like put on gold bracelets and Air Yeezy sneakers. “I’m on a pursuit of awesomeness,” he says. “Excellence is the bare minimum.”
And then he woke up from his dream and remembered Barack Obama called him a jacka$$ and George Bush called him the lowest point in his presidency.
After Barack sent that letter to Heavy’s funeral this doesn’t even seem to far off, but Yeezy, please stop it. We don’t even want to think about you dying and you shouldn’t either. Seems like heaven gotta have a ghetto with all the MC’s up there resting in peace.