YE by Kanye

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Okies people I might be late for putting this post, but firstly although bunch of people might hate Kanye so badd but he’s really out there killing it. So I might put some of his songs from his album YE on this post

I Thought About Killing You 

Kanye is one of the artist out there who clearly outspoken about the mental health ill-ness. Like parts on the lyrics were like The most beautiful thoughts are always besides the darkest. In which kind of depicting the thin slides between the happiness itself and the depression itself, sometimes its even harder for us to figure it out, because depression its a thing that you can figure it out directly. And I think about killing myself and I love myself way more than I love you, so… But on this line people got bunch of theories, but for me personally its really about the bipolar thing that he’s into. Remember on the interview that Kanye said the world is his psychiatrist or therapy..so thats pretty much what I got. By the way the video is really long for that interview it lasted for 2 hrs but if you want to see it than its hereTo compensate it so it doesn’t come off bad But sometimes I think really bad things but one thing on this line its kind of showing people to tell what actually happened inside your mind, and not afraid to talk about your depression, I feel like a lot of people are afraid to tell others about this because some people consider that mental issue is not exist.

Wouldn’t Leave

I surprisingly loving in this song you can see the line where it caused a controversy “slavery is a choice” I’m not in charge of the line either that person who experienced it but I do understand why it caused a controversy. I feel like this song also influenced by sort of gospel vibes, and I love it. But again on this song you can see the reference of Kanye’s mental health issue that he’s dealing right now You know I’m sensitive, I got a gentle mental..yup that’s the line, so I think its all the problems with all the sensitive people out there, including me. Sometimes I just said whatever I want to say, without thinking it could possibly hurting others.

I live for now, I don’t know what happen after here
Plus, what was meant to be was meant to be
Even if, publicly, I lack the empathy

But so far the marketing point of view of his team is really amazing, I’ve to admit that, either its accidentally, or it was set to hype his name (in which its working though) its on point, and it worked out the way they plan.

Ghost Town 

I think on this album is something that people never see the side of Kanye, in which actually he’s in pain more than people thought. He was hospitalised back in 2016-ish in which he was not able to finish the tour at some cities. Or sometimes its like the world is really hating on him, but actually to be honest, I don’t mean to touch Taylor Swift feud with Kanye and Kim, but the similarities between the two artists is that, both of them are really sensitive, however the media is really play a huge role on building up the stories, to build up the sky scraper drama. I mean I don’t hate either Taylor or Kanye.

“I don’t care about having a legacy, I don’t care about being remembered….” Kanye West on Times

By the way guys on this post I just going to post the songs that I really like from the album, sooooo more than half of them I supposed.

Violent Crime 

Violent Crime is really reminded me of his work with Rihanna and Paul McCartney, but both are amazing songs. For this song is probably talk about the social media, because social media sometimes can be the villain ; well of course the cyber bully. But at the same time if his daughters will join him in the music industry as him, he wishes all the best for his daughters by using the line from Nicki Minaj, but guys if you want more clear info about it you check out genius.com

Sooo so far my favourite is 4/7 songs from his album ye I once again said I don’t hate Kanye, you know what we’re all human, and we’re not perfect.

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