King Yeezy graced the Brother Vellies Spring 2016 Presentation on September 10th at Jack Studios.
Dr. Jan Adams has been accused of the death of Kanye West’s mother in 2007. He operated on her to provide her with a tummy tuck, breast reduction and liposuction, but says that her death isn’t a result of complications of the surgery. He said she died from cardiopulmonary failure and the amount of medication which led her to choke on her own vomit.
He told Inside Edition that he was the scapegoat in her death. He read a letter that said “her caregivers gave her, whoa, 20 Vicodin tabs in less than 20 hours.” Sheesh
He also said in the exclusive interview, that the family didn’t follow his instructions on leaving her in the medical facility for recovering and insisted that his cousin Stephan Scoggins, who’s a registered nurse, tended to her and he’s responsible for her death.
Her nurse wasn’t there. Her nurse was gone to a baby shower, rather than taking care of his aunt. This lady shouldn’t be dead. All you had to do is sit her up and every nurse on the planet knows that.
Dr. Adams also added that she made it through the surgery successful enough to make it home.
Check out the interview in its entirety below:
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When Kanye West debuted his first ever Addias collection, Yeezy Season 1, back in February, the buzz surrounded not only his new threads and sneakers, but new music, which, at the time, was thought to be imminent. ‘Ye added fuel to that fire by premiering “Wolves,” his collaboration with Vic Mensa and SIA, in New York City at the fashion show, which was attended by expected A-listers Anna Wintour, Jay Z, Diddy and more. Kanye would then perform the song on Saturday Night Live shortly after.
Today, Yeezy is back in New York City debuting the second installment of Yeezy Season, Yeezy Season 2, and he has once again premiered new music, this time featuring Ty Dolla $ign and Post Malone, per Malone himself, who is in attendance at the YS2 show.
the song is Ye, Ty, and me.
— Postyyy (@PostMalone) September 16, 2015
You can hear a preview of the song above, but don’t get your hopes up for an official release of the record. “Wolves” has yet to see the light of day, and despite the fact that Kanye’s been teasing his new album since May 2014, outside of a name change, no news on it has surfaced.
At the conclusion of this year’s VMAs, Kanye West announced that he’d be running for president in 2020, pretty much affirming that we’d see the matchup of the century, assuming Hillary Clinton will either be trying her hand at re-election, or continuing her bid to become the country’s first female Commander-in-Chief.
Ok well, not really. The odds of Yeezy actually suiting up and making an appearance at a televised debate are about as slim as the odds of North’s forthcoming sibling being named South, but it’s still a fun proposition to play with. Mrs. Clinton apparently feels the same way.
While on a recent episode of Extra, Clinton offered some advice to the 2020 hopeful.
Well, if I’m going for my second term, to wait four years, but if I’m not … be sure he has comfortable shoes because there’s a lot of walking involved.
Not a bad piece of advice from a real hopeful, especially considering Kanye’s into fashion. He might want to make sure his Yeezy Boost series includes some supportive trainers.
Following CyHi’s release of “Ivy League Club,” his fourth project on Kanye’s G.O.O.D. label, CyHi discussed his relationship with his powerhouse circle of friends and how it affects the creative process that puts out such critically acclaimed music.
Although at times it’s difficult to tell, Cyhi the Prynce is a vital part of the G.O.O.D. Music process; according to the Atlantean artist, Kanye West builds upon an organic foundation of talent, signing artists like Big Sean and CyHi well before they ever break mainstream ears. Each member then, learns from Kanye West as they rise, but also from each other; as CyHi put it so eloquently, “I do a lot of creative work that people don’t see. I play my position, then when it’s time for me to do what I do, then I do.” G.O.O.D. Music is looking more like a championship team than ever.
The creative process that CyHi takes part in with Kanye West and his teammates is open and free flowing, allowing for a think tank that has put out some of the hottest tracks of the last few years. He elaborated, saying “it’s like if you’re all in the room and the beat’s playing, you’re gonna bounce ideas. As the wise man, Kanye, always says. ‘You have an idea and I have an idea. We have two ideas. But if we keep our ideas to ourselves then we only have one.’ It’s just sharing ideas.” The members of the G.O.O.D. team make each other better and raise each other up by collaboration, utilizing their unique talents and strengths to transform a mediocre track to a hit. Everything is a group effort, proven when CyHi said “I’ve been working on the G.O.O.D. Music album. We’re working on ‘Ye’s new album. Working on mine;” they rise and fall together.
With the release of “Cruel Summer” and numerous solo albums on the horizon, G.O.O.D. Music is slated to be one of the few powerhouses at the end of 2012 and 2013. CyHi has proven himself as an artist who can stand alone as well as a part of the greater whole, and might just become a star of his own with his debut G.O.O.D. album, “The Hardway Musical,” set to release early next year.
For The Source’s review of CyHi the Prynce’s “Ivy League Club,” click here.
-Kevin Shea (@kevinnshea)
Kanye West will be reuniting with his longtime agent Cara Lewis. Lewis who formerly represented West at William Morris Endeavor, will now rep him at Creative Artists Agency (CAA). After 23 years at the company she took her talents to CAA in January of 2012. Lewis is no stranger to the entertainment industry, her one sheet includes the likes of, Eminem, Rihanna, Cee Lo Green, Lupe Fiasco, Nas, Ne-Yo, Pitbull and more.
The move benefits CAA but most of all keeps Kanye in his comfort zone.
Kanye West has always been one to keep his project under raps. In a recent interview with Billboard, Pusha T says this time around not even his G.O.O.D. Music roster is aware of the plans.
“I’m in the dark just as much as you guys… Nothing is conventional with these guys. It’s to the point now, and it’s so bad, because [West]’s been so unconventional… that people won’t even accept conventional shit from him. I know we’re not gonna start now.”
Pusha T is featured on the first two singles of G.O.O.D. Music’s Cruel Summer album, which is expected out August 7th. Time will tell but if it’s anything like the BET Awards and that giant Lamborghini, we’re in for a surprise.
– Sean Lynch (@Kiddfuture)
At first you probably thought we were speaking about their relationship, right? Yes you did don’t lie.
Kim and Kanye hit up Magic Mountain to take a ride on the roller coaster Tatsu. “Magic Mountain fun today!!! Kendall screaming, Kanye laughing & me crying!” tweeted Kim.
Check out a view from the front seat of the ride, if you have yet to experience it.
– Sean Lynch (@Kiddfuture)
We get a look inside the shoot of DJ Khaled’s ‘I Wish You Would’ video featuring Kanye West and Rick Ross. Check the pics below of Khaled, Yeezy, and Rozay on the set of the Hype Williams directed video.
-John McAuliffe (@John_Mac310)
After Pusha T and Kanye West caught wreck on Cruel Summer‘s second single, “New God Flow,” TUGE takes a stab at the G.O.O.D. track and makes it a triple homicide case. The New York-bred emcee rhymes like a man possessed, pummeling the beat with bars like “I try to ball with the best like Scott Pippen / live around a bunch of them bad b*tches like Scott Disick / and wake up every morning smokin’ Fruit Loops / looked at the back of the milk carton, my top missin’.”
The appetite for more lyrical kills from TUGE is sure to grow stronger as the versatile spitta’ approaches the long-awaited release of his new project, Ignorant Elegance which features Gunplay, Freeway, Jon Connor, Sha Stimulu and more.