Kanye West Reveals New Music Plans, Compares Himself to Picasso at Paris Show
This is beginning to sound like a broken record, but, yes, Kanye West went on another tirade -- this time at his Paris concert. However, Yeezy's ranting was a little more focused and less bizarre. Thank God.
After performing his song 'Clique,' the Throne rapper let the instrumental ride out for a few minutes and started his 10-minute diatribe about corporate sponsorships and maintaining his integrity in the music industry.
"Every time I talk my s--- / All kinds of people start acting like a bitch," he chants along with the crowd. He then compared himself to some of the great artists of the 21st century. "I am Michelangelo, I am Picasso, I am Basquiat, I am Walt Disney [and] I am Steve Jobs," he says. "There's no motherf---ing awards or sponsorships or none of that s--- that can stop the dedication to bringing y'all that real s---."
Finally, West revealed some good news. "I've been working on my new s--- for a couple of months," he told the roaring crowd.
This is great news considering that West hasn't released any new solo material since dropping his fifth album 'My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy' in 2010.
We're happy West is back in the studio and can't wait to hear what he's going to bring in 2013.
Kanye West Announces That He's Working on Some New Music