BBC Radio 1 caps off Zane Lowe‘s lengthy sit-down with the usually interview-shy Kanye West in part four of its piece. The final nearly 20-minute segment of the piece sees ‘Ye touching on the collaborative aspects of Yeezus, a change from the Kanye albums of old that kicked off with My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy and continued with Watch the Throne and Cruel Summer – the interconnectedness of various creative fields, the media, corporations, marketing, materialism, paparazzi and, of course, a whole lot more including how Hedi Slimane and his first Saint Laurent fashion show led to the creation of “Black Skinhead” and “I Am A God.” Enjoy above and, if you haven’t yet, be sure to check out parts 1, 2, and 3 of the four-part interview.
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