Upon discovering Kanye West and I share the same horoscope sign (Gemini) I was quite rattled that we might share similar characteristics. Gemini is the twin sign so we’re supposedly dual-natured, but Kanye just seems to have one side an that’s a total spaz.
At a recent concert in Dublin Kanye lost his sh*t when someone threw a coin on stage and
nearly killed him put him off the song. He started the track all over again but not without a stern lecture for the troublemakers: “I ain’t trying to make excuses but y’all threw a f*cking coin up here and threw me all the way off” he said. “Don’t throw that hard sh*t up here while I’m performing. Seriously. You f*cked it up for everybody, I was having a perfect show. Flawless victory. Don’t throw no sh*t on the stage.”
Then Kanye dived back into his set. Perhaps he was having birthday blues as he turned 35 the day before, but admittedly, he has a point. What kind of ‘fan’ throws hard coins on stage like you’re visiting the Trevi Fountain and have a dying wish? That could seriously hurt someone.
Lesson: if you go to “Watch the Throne,” leave the laser pens and coins at home.
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Kanye West was NOT IMPRESSED with one fan who was shining a laser light at him and he was not afraid to call him out in front of the entire audience. When the fan flashed a pen laser light on stage Kanye paused the show and yelled: ”You see this guy right here with the green laser? Don’t f*ck up everybody’s show … it’s not a f*cking game!”
Kanye was in Paris for a “Watch the Throne” show. The crowed booed (we’re not sure if it was at Kanye or the dude) and Kanye continued: ”You gonna get f**ked up, kicked out, and all that sh*t. Chill the f*ck out.”
That’ll teach you to have fun at a concert! Hrmph. [Source]
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In Jay-Z and Kanye West’s new video for their Watch the Throne track “No Church In The Wild,” horse-riding guards beat down bloody protesters in a riot.
Neither of the two rappers appear in the Romain Gavras-directed video, which forces us to focus on their powerful message. The riot starts with a fiery explosion in the middle of a Prague street where the people are revolting against a seemingly oppressive regime.
By nightfall the protestors hurl fire at the guards and we get a glimpse of a single wild elephant, which is a symbol of patience and wisdom in Buddhism. There’s no conclusive ending in the video, which ultimately means the battle is still to be raged.
What do you think of it?
The guys who put together a video of themselves signing Drake’s “Headlines” filmed a new video in which they perform Jay Z and Kanye’s “No Church In The Wild” in American Sign Language.
Mark Nakhla and his friends Greg Faxon and Sam Choi filmed themselves performing the Watch the Throne track. Nakhla writes on his YouTube page that each of them have different styles, which you can really see in the video.
One of the best parts is in the middle when Choi integrates sign language with dance. ”His choreography in this song includes sign with dance and is probably one of the coolest things I’ve seen in a while,” Nakhla wrote. We agree!
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Our friends over at CHARTattack posted the new video this morning saying:
“Ye and Jay’s 2011-defining hit “N****s in Paris” finally has a video, likely thrilling all of the Illuminati conspiracy theorists who were getting desperate for new material, as well as those eager to bring back the irritating trend of saying “That shit cray!” in totally unremarkable situations.
If you missed the Watch the Throne tour and its now-legendary encore, the hyperkinetic video documents one of the several times that the song is played during the end of the show, except with more CGI leopards and kaleidoscope effects. It’s directed by Kanye, so you can expect to feel poor as hell after watching.”
If you were lucky enough to see them live, you probably heard this song more than once. Like the concert, you’ll probably want to replay this video thirteen times.
Side note: it was nice to see Will Ferrel make an appearance in the video.
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There’s very little explanation needed for this video. This is by far the best thing on the Internet today.
Jay-Z and Kanye have been playing this song up to 11 times per concert on the ‘Watch The Throne” tour and this enthusiastic fan proves it might be the best song ever.
What’s most shocking about this video is just how loud the man is actually rapping. He’s rapping at a volume that suggests he legitimately thinks that he is performing for 20,000 people at The Staples Centre.
There’s no news of what he ordered for dinner that night, however, I’m willing to speculate it was the ‘fish fillet.’
You know him as the swagger parks department admin. Tom Haverford on the hit NBC show “Parks and Recreation”. Aziz Ansari has slowly become one of our most beloved funny men.
Aziz, who makes a cameo on Jay-Z and Kanye’s video for “Otis”, hooked up with his buddy Matthew Shawver to retell the rap duo’s song “N****s in Paris* using their iPhone emoticons. It’s incredibly clever and creative as it feeds more into the hysteria that is surrounding Jay and Kanye’s “Watch the Throne” album.
You can listen to the track and follow along with the lyrics Aziz and Matthew recreated, as featured on Buzzfeed.
Amber Rose tweeted, “Congrats to @TheGame for having the number 1 album. Watch The Throne is as wack as Kanye’s Di*k anyway.”
As insulting at that might be, we don’t think Jay-Z or Kanye are going to be losing any sleep.
“Jay-Z was well-behaved and laid low all night on a banquette with his entourage of boys,” a source tells People.