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Yeezus

Album by Kanye West
2013, 10 tracks, 41 mins 6 sec
      On Sight
      Static Image 1
      On Sight (Remixed by Jaytee)
      Remix 1
      On Sight (Remixed by Jackson Rose)
      Remix 2
      On Sight (Covered by YelaH IvorY)
      User Cover 1
      Black Skinhead (Live from SNL 2013)
      Live 1
      Black Skinhead (Live from du Grand Journal 2013)
      Live 2
      Black Skinhead (Lyrics Video)
      Lyric 1
      Black Skinhead
      Static Image 1
      Black Skinhead (Remixed by Øutrider)
      Remix 1
      Black Skinhead (Remixed by WOLF of WALL STREET)
      Remix 2
      Black Skinhead (Remixed by Alex Young + Royal Horny)
      Remix 3
      Black Skinhead (Covered by lespecial)
      User Cover 1
      Black Skinhead (Covered by Lucas Bowers)
      User Cover 2
      Black Skinhead (Covered by Sleepers)
      User Cover 3
      I Am a God (feat. God)
      Static Image 1
      New Slaves (Live from SNL 2013)
      Live 1
      New Slaves (Live from Later... with Jools Holland 2013)
      Live 2
      New Slaves
      Static Image 1
      New Slaves (Remixed by Dj Snake)
      Remix 1
      Hold My Liquor
      Static Image 1
      Hold My Liquor (Remixed by Slim K)
      Remix 1
      Hold My Liquor (Remixed by Klement Bonelli)
      Remix 2
      Hold My Liquor (Covered by Chris James)
      User Cover 1
      Hold My Liquor (Covered by Joacim Henning)
      User Cover 2
      Hold My Liquor (Covered by Phil Ocean)
      User Cover 3
      Hold My Liquor (Covered by Tattoo Money)
      User Cover 4
      Hold My Liquor (Covered by Richlee and Dana)
      User Cover 5
      Hold My Liquor (Covered by Tattoo Money)
      User Cover 6
      I'm In It
      Static Image 1
      Blood On the Leaves
      Live 1
      Blood On the Leaves
      Static Image 1
      Blood On the Leaves
      Remix 1
      Blood On the Leaves
      User Cover 1
      Blood On the Leaves
      User Cover 2
      Blood On the Leaves
      User Cover 3
      Blood On the Leaves
      User Cover 4
      Guilt Trip
      Static Image 1
      Guilt Trip (Remixed by Houcemate)
      Remix 1
      Send It Up
      Static Image 1
      Send It Up (Remixed by Also Known As Feat. Kirklandd)
      Remix 1
      Send It Up (Remixed by Thugli)
      Remix 2
      Send It Up (Remixed by Them Lost Boys x Nomster)
      Remix 3
      Send It Up (Remixed by Tree of Lyfe)
      Remix 4
      Bound 2
      Official 1
      Bound 2 (Live from Later... with Jools Holland 2013)
      Live 1
      Bound 2
      Static Image 1
      Bound 2 (Remixed by Akira The Don)
      Remix 1
      Bound 2 (Remixed by The Rooftop Boys)
      Remix 2
      Bound 2 (Remixed by Solidisco)
      Remix 3
      Bound 2 (Remixed by Sigma)
      Remix 4
      Bound 2 (Covered by Fleur East)
      User Cover 1
      Bound 2 (Covered by Goepel)
      User Cover 2
      Bound 2 (Covered by Aumea Loleter)
      User Cover 3

Narratives(1)

Apr 26, 2019

Kanye’s First Misstep Is A Result Of His Insistence On Being Different

For better or for worse, everyone knows who Kanye West is and everyone has their own opinion of him. He hasn’t made it the easiest thing in the world to be a fan of his over the years. But if there is one thing that irrefutable, it is his ability to craft the leading Hip-Hop album of any year. Ye’s first few albums are all treated as classics. The College Dropout was his coming out party, as a rapper anyway. Late Registration cemented his position as a chart topper and an MC to watch. Graduation was a show of consistency. 808s & Heartbreak was innovative, popularised Auto-Tune and helped birth the new generation of music artist. My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy was a response to critics and a masterpiece. Again and again (and again and again) he proved doubters wrong and built his reputation as a genius, within music if not in fashion or politics. Even outside of his solo music, on Watch The Throne, it wasn’t remotely controversial to say Kanye West outdid JAY-Z. In 2013, two years after WTT and leading up to his next solo album, things were going as they usually did. There was the news that Daft Punk were scheduled to be working with Kanye. Travi$ Scott came out and said the LP was amazing. 2 Chainz agreed with him. Fans were in hysteria at any piece of news. In May, Ye tweeted “June Eighteen”, which was all anyone needed to be sent into a frenzy. Famously, this was on the same day as the late Mac Miller was set to release Watching Movies With The Sound Off, Statik Selektah was set to put out Extended Play and J. Cole, originally scheduled for a June 25th release of Born Sinner, pushed his album forward to go head to head with Ye in a show of friendly competition.

Written by @Akaash from Hip-Hop-N-More

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Album Info

"Yeezus"

Released

  • Jan 01, 2013

Genres

  • Hip-Hop
  • Rap

Label

  • Def Jam Recordings

Producer

  • Kanye West (also exec.)
  • Rick Rubin (exec.)
  • Che Pope (also co-exec.)
  • Alonso Zamarripa
  • Ackee Juice Rockers
  • Arca
  • Benji B
  • Brodinski
  • Ben Bronfman
  • Carlos Broady
  • Daft Punk
  • Dom Solo
  • Evian Christ
  • Eric Danchick
  • Gesaffelstein
  • Noah Goldstein
  • Hudson Mohawke
  • Jack Donoghue
  • Lunice
  • Lupe Fiasco
  • Mike Dean
  • No I.D.
  • S1
  • Sham Joseph
  • Travis Scott

Studio

  • No Name Hotel (Paris, FR)
  • Studios de la Seine (Paris, FR)[a]
  • Germano (New York City, NY)[b]
  • Shangri-La (Malibu, CA)[c]
  • Gee Jam (Port Antonio, JM)[d]
  • Real World (Bath, UK)[e]
  • The Mercer Hotel (New York City, NY)[f]
  • Madpan (New York City, NY)[g]

About

Yeezus is the sixth studio album by American rapper and producer Kanye West. It was released on June 18, 2013, by Def Jam Recordings. West gathered a number of artists and close collaborators for production on the album, including Mike Dean, Daft Punk, Noah Goldstein, Arca, Hudson Mohawke, and Travis Scott. Yeezus also features guest vocals from Justin Vernon, Chief Keef, Kid Cudi, Assassin, King L, Charlie Wilson and Frank Ocean. Fifteen days before its release date, West enlisted the help of producer Rick Rubin to strip down the record's sound in favor of a more minimalist approach.
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