Kanye West attempts to clarify his recent controversial about slavery and Donald Trump – attempts being the operative word here – in a lengthy New York Times interview today.
Kim Kardashian was ready to pull the plug on her marriage to Kanye West after his "slavery" remark on TMZ Live ... or so, Kanye thought. Turns out the biggest backlash Kanye faced after saying 400 years of slavery "sound like a choice" ... was…
In the first comprehensive interview since the release of his new album "Ye," Kanye West brought the the New York Times to his Wyoming retreat, where he elaborated on the controversial comments he's made about Trump and slavery in the past few months.
Kim Kardashian even staged an intervention for her husband with Tony Robbins.
Kanye West defended the comments he made in May of 2018 regarding slavery as “a choice” to The New York Times in an interview published on June 25, stating his words were “taken out of context” by the public.
The Chicago icons performed "The Food", a Kanye West-produced track from Common's record 'Be'.
Kanye West opened up about his recent slavery comments, President Trump, mental health, his new music and more in a long interview with The New York Times’ Jon Caramanica published Monday morning. The interview, which was conducted in the days around West’s extravagant album-release party in Wyoming late last month, found West expressing many of
"I said the idea of sitting in something for 400 years sounds — sounds — like a choice to me, I never said it’s a choice."
Teyana Taylor released a new album, 'Keep That Same Energy,' produced by Kanye West.
Kanye West almost never does print interviews anymore. But he seems to share a certain level of trust with Jon Caramanica, the pop critic at The New York Times. And when West and Caramanica sit down together, West always has fascinating things to say.
The hip-hop artist has used a New York Times interview to address recent comments made about African American history that, he says, caused Kim Kardashian West to consider divorce