Kanye was at his most rebellious stage of his career as far as doing what he wants and not caring about what people think or say about him. This is the era that truely solidified Ye as my favorite artist of all time. Everything from the way he approached the tour set up, the birth of the Kanye "rants", the new step he took into fashion with the Yeezy's I really think Kanye was at his creative peak by the year of 2013. This new Kanye was more cockier than ever and self centered but at the same time it was actually genius. The main thing that attracts me the most about this album is the super loud distorted production from the beginning of the album in On Sight the aggressiveness Kanye put on this intro was something we've never really heard him do before except on Monster. The sample in between the song was clear "He gives us what we need, it may not be what you want" and it could be reffering to the complaints of Kanye fans wanting the "Old Kanye" back and what he's giving us is what he thinks the music industry needs but it might not be what we asked for as fans. This whole album is a transition of Ye's life as he is trying to find new ways to be happy and no longer caring on what the media thinks of him. Working with Mike Dean, Daft Punk and other European artist and producers Yeezus felt very Punk Rock/Hip Hop ish. If Ye never took this rought with 808s, Graduation & Yeezus than he wouldn't be the artist he is today. In due time I think this era would be more appreciated by the music fans as a experimental stand point.
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