Kanye West: The arrival of Yeezus stands before

On Tuesday, 18 June, the hip-hop superstar Kanye West presents his brand new album "Yeezus". A few days ago, the rapper, songwriter and producer presented at a listening session in New York for the first time the songs to the public.

In addition, he also aired the previously secret list of his studio guests, the one revealed in advance: Kanye West goes on "Yeezus" again beyond borders and genres.

Those criteria include the French duo Daft Punk, as well as folk singer and Grammy winner Justin Vernon (Bon Iver) and Rick Rubin (Black Sabbath, ZZ Top). The critics are impressed by Kanye West's new work: "Welcome aboard on an exhilarating journey: West's angry, menacing beast of an album that dared the defined now." (SPIN).

"A fascinating revelation of the thoughts of one of the most unique, irritating and eccentric talents of the pop world." (EW.com) And, Jan Wehn of the SPEX, the Kanye West in the next edition devotes a multi-page story, writes, "If one of the top-selling and most respected black artists of the present day has the courage throughout his clenched anger hinauszuschreien, he is perhaps someday in line with artists such as Gil Scott-Heron, Marvin Gaye, Fela Kuti, Tupac Shakur and Bob Marley not only as a musician, but also as historically relevant personality. "Already the song" New Slaves ", by the spectacular projections in 11 world cities premiered in May, underscoring its powerful return.

The world is ready for "Yeezus". This also illustrates the momentum of its own, which reignited the road placarding of minimalist held cover artwork (photo from CD cover taped to the side) with the simple headline "Please add graffiti" in the fan community
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