The future is bright for Mr. Wes, with or without Mr. West by his side.
Fifteen years ago, Kanye promised that his 'College Dropout' album series would end with 'Good Ass Job.' What happened?
He loves it.
He's "very honored" to have been on a record with the Compton MC, though.
“I’m a fan of really great stuff. So by default, I’m a fan of myself.”
"I mastered 'Watch the Throne' with one ear."
Just because you love something doesn't mean you understand it.
"When we talk about the Drake thing, it hits me in a really sensitive place..."
“It took me a minute to realize, ‘Yo, I’m making an album with my big bro. This is a dream of mine.’”
It's that time again.
"He just said, ‘Gimme 25 songs that you just love…'"
What if 'DAYTONA' and 'KIDS SEE GHOSTS' were actually one 14-track album?
"Just to be a part of what he a part of already is a blessing alone."
Talk about a butterfly effect.
"There are some songs that we didn't use that I’m hopeful we can put out later."
"I came back and he had a verse on the song. I was, like, 'Who was that rapping?' He's, like, ‘That's me.'"
Each more brilliant than the last.
“He said he knows how to do perfect, but his goal for his follow-up albums was to do something different.”