Kanye West Interview With Zane Lowe [Watch Video]

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While out overseas to attend and perform at the 2015 Brit Awards, Kanye West cleared forty minutes in his schedule for an interview with Zane Lowe on BBC Radio one. The sit down comes a year-and-a-half since their last chat and fewer than every week since Kanye appeared on Power 105′s The Breakfast Club.

A variety of topics were mentioned in Kanye West and Zane Lowe’s second meet. The Chicago rapper honestly spoke on his coming seventh solo platter, Drake, The Grammy’s, operating with paul mccartney, wanting another baby, ‘Blessings’ with big Sean and Drake, ‘Only One’, and more. At one purpose, Zane is forced to pause the interview as ‘Ye begins to interrupt down and cry over the late fashion prof Louise Wilson.

No release date for Kanye’s new album simply nevertheless however should not be too long currently as he recently debuted ‘All Day’ at the 2015 Brit Awards and performed ‘Wolves’ on Sabbatum Night Live. Watch the interview below.

Highlights

On Drake:

I don’t have any advice for this young man, but what I can say is, ‘Run. Fly. Go as fast as you can. Don’t stop. Any time I can be of any service, advice, whatever you need—confidential design advice, shoes you’re doing over at the other company—anything we can collectively do to deliver more awesomeness to the world, as a team.

On potential tour with Rihanna:
I’m not supposed to confirm or not confirm

On The Grammy’s:
The Grammys sell commercial time. It’s a ridiculous proposition what they try to get away with every year…Every now and then, an Arcade Fire or Daft will win, but even a broke clock is right twice a day. And the Grammys are so twice a day, what do you do those other times?…The Grammys are not a pinnacle, they are an assistant…It’s our Super Bowl, and I hadn’t been in six years. The Grammys are definitely like an ex-girlfriend. As soon as you get in the car with them, you go right back home.”

“Class is the new way to discriminate against people, to hold people down, to hold people in their place…to somehow say, ‘This person right here means more than this person.’”

“I know I tweeted ‘Black lives matter,’ but all lives matter.”

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Feb 27, 2015
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