WOAH! | Kanye West – “Ye” Full Album | (Review/Reaction)

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QuintinFLEX Gaming says:

He’s talking to the people

Alia Abdul Jalil says:

You’re too funny!! New subbie!!

chris255N says:

Hell Nahh that’s not ty dollar sign that’s Jeremiah

Lil World xx Red says:

Wouldn’t leave is featured by jeremih and ty dolla $

Dave F. Macias says:

1). Kanye West sucks…
Make ‘Ye’ Great Again: Kanye West’s New Album Is Not Worth the Mental Gymnastics It Demands
The rapper-provocateur’s eighth album shows flashes of his enormous talent, but too often it feels like a rush job with a confused point of view

Wolfy Beats says:

Lmao facts im kinda shook this album really changed my opinion on Kim

M.J. Harris says:

Review D A Y T O N A, great review btw‼️

T Stanton says:

Shot out Kim K. Holding that crazy man down

Tabs T says:

Told y’all. Niggas don’t give a fuck about kanye being a retard they still on his nuts no matter what.

JKL Gaming says:

No mistake is aimed at drake

tmac20031 says:

I guess yall will just say anything is good smh

Master Eclipse says:

Low key sounded like R2D2

Xazal Ozcan says:

when ye and x gonna collab tho????

Chicago King23 says:

He is talking about drake

iamking146 Williams says:

070 shake

NK-47 gang says:

Kanye is lit LITTLE but yikes the best out of all

Dushane says:

i put off watching this shit because i was genuinely scared you weren’t going to like it

Robby On The Beat says:

Valee is on the All Mine hook

Elias Malikyar says:

For the first song it was towards jay z Bc the wave cap comment

benjamin Vargas says:

All mine, So Dope!

Drill Mcenzyme says:

kanye > pac

Rich Smith says:

Also why am I just now getting the notification for this

ProEnJaY says:

I was tucked in bed until I heard all mine

Jens Kastaun says:

Selten so eine Scheisse gehört. Der Mann wird doch total überbewertert. Das ist doch keine Musik! Keine Harmonik, keine Stimme! Fuck!!

Maddox Polk says:

no mistakes is the drake diss

Dave F. Macias says:

3). It would be disingenuous to pretend that his evolution into a part-time MAGA hat model doesn’t affect the way this album is received, but West’s politics are only a symptom of a larger problem. What’s really the issue here is empathy, and the desperate degree to which West demands it of others while demonstrating a stark inability to return the favor. Two tracks on “Ye” see West turn his eye toward family: On “Wouldn’t Leave” he lauds wife Kim Kardashian’s faithfulness during his brand-threatening Twitter outbursts, and on closer “Violent Crimes” he takes stock of his own philandering past as the father of young daughters. Both tracks are ostensibly introspective, but it doesn’t take long to notice that Kanye remains entirely self-obsessed even here; his concern is never for how his behavior affects his loved ones, but how their responses to his behavior might affect him. It’s also difficult to hear West complain about his family-man anxieties apparently without recalling that the president he so blithely supports is ripping immigrant children from their parents as they flee from desperate poverty and violence — exactly the sort of inhumanity that the man who wrote “Diamonds From Sierra Leone (Remix)” would have once tackled on record, and which he now seems uninterested in contemplating.

On “Wouldn’t Leave,” West offers the album’s only explicit reference to his recent controversies, rapping: “I said ‘slavery’s a choice,’ they said, ‘How, Ye’?/ Imagine if they would’ve caught me on a wild day.” While the line offers zero insight into his actual political views, it might provide a window into his thinking. Maybe what West actually thinks about slavery, or anything else, is beside the point — maybe what matters is that we pay attention to him, and he’s willing to cross even more lines if that’s what it takes. If this is all another chapter in his long saga of outrages he’s daring fans to indulge (an extreme extension of Kanye the Award Show Interrupter and Kanye the Giver of Long Onstage Rants) maybe it’s time to say “enough.” In the words of a great rapper: It’s not funny anymore, try different jokes.


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The Andy Tran Episodes says:

can you react to my kanye diss track? thanks

ひB R E A D W I N N E R says:

I did the default fortnite dance to the paid promo song

Dushane says:

infucking love the new intro

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