After months (and about 12 hours) of delays, Kanye West finally dropped the highly anticipated; ‘Jesus Is King.’ Dustin goes track by track with his thoughts on the sure to be polarizing album.Continue reading
Just before midnight and the start of 2015, Kanye West dropped a new song called “Only One.”
A heartfelt auto-tuned ballad featuring Paul McCartney on organ, the video released shows tons of personal videos and photos of West with his late mother. The song is dedicated to her and also his daughter North.
No one knows what other songs the collaboration with Paul McCartney will yield, if any, but if all the results are this poignant and touching then here’s to hoping there’s much more to come from them.
We here at HefferBrew love all things Kanye West and a video of West surprise performing “New Slaves” at a recent Travi$ Scott show in LA has done nothing but make our love stronger.
With Jay-Z’s newest album hitting Samsung phones everywhere last Wednesday, we’ve had at least a week to gather our thoughts. This may be the greatest rap album… ever.
We here at the Hefferbrew like to keep our opinions and conjectures in house. But despite that dedication to our own greatness, we admit that there are people who exist in the respective industry we report on that have great opinions combined with great insight. Lou Reed is most definitely one of those people. And when Lou Reed has an opinion on Kanye’s latest opus, Yeezus, we at the Hefferbrew listen.
Dustin tries to unravel the layers in Kanye’s latest sonic opus, “Yeezus” and lets you know why you should too.
In part two, we examine My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy and take a look at everything leading up to, Yeezus.