Review #269: Yeezus, Kanye West

#269: Yeezus, Kanye West

This album came out the year I graduated high school, 2013. God, I had the opportunity to be a fan of Kanye West when he was the coolest person on the planet, and I missed it. In ten years I’m going to be kicking myself by not listening to Olivia Rodrigo.

RS calls this record an example of Ye’s “ever-darkening megalomania,” a phrase that stuck with me. Kanye…

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