James Franco and Seth Rogen release a spoof music video for Kanye West’s new “Bound 2” visual featuring Kim Kardashian. While on the set of their upcoming film ‘The Interviewer,’ the funny men took some time out to shoot the new spoof which showcases a shot by shot recreation of the G.O.O.D. Music rapper’s music video. Take a look as Rogen stands in as Kim while Franco decides to embody the moves and cool persona of Kanye West. This one’s definitely worth a watch and has its moments of straight comedy.
Here’s another clip of Kanye West and Kim Kardashian’s recent visit to HOT 97 for The Angie Martinez Show. Take a look as West opens up about his relationship with Kim Kardashian and explains once again to listeners on how exactly he found himself in love with the reality television star. West made it clear to Kim that she’s officially “wifey” for life and the two open up about the Chicago emcee’s transition into fatherhood. Kim also explained to listeners the motivation behind calling out Katie Couric after the journalist made a sideways comment about her family on air.
Production duo, Cookin’ Soul, tackles Kanye West’s “Bound 2” for their latest remix song. The remix features some added drums and claps that really add to the track and help to turn the tempo up a bit. Take a listen to the impressive remix as the Spanish production team delivers that special soul flavor.
Ellen does the honors of unveiling Kanye West’s latest visual for “Bound 2” which is featured on the rapper’s new Yeezus LP. West’s girlfriend and new baby mama, Kim Kardashian, also makes an cameo in the video as she rides a motorcycle on top of Yeezy’s lap and gives the camera some stares. The Nick Knight directed music video looks like it was shot entirely in front of a green screen.
Just hours before Kanye West was set to perform in Boston for his “Yeezus” tour, the Chicago native decided to pay students over at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design a surprise visit. After making his way to the lecture hall, the rapper took the opportunity to address the students as part of his DONDA Design Lecture Series and was kind enough to give out 300 free tickets to his show. Ye’s new baby mama, Kim Kardashian, was also in attendance to support the GOOD Music head honcho.
Yeezus was all the way live as he jumped into his energy packed single “Cold (Theraflu)” and performed for a sold out crowd at Staples Center on day number two of his Yeezus Tour stop in Los Angeles. Always the showman, watch as Kanye gets the audience hyped with his stage presence and delivers an emotional rendition of the track which is featured on the rapper’s Cruel Summer compilation album.
Kanye West caught up with Ryan Seacrest on his radio show and of course the topic of discussion was the details behind his big proposal to reality TV queen Kim Kardashian. Yeezy touches on the engagement ring he helped design with multiple jewelers and admits that he was very nervous when it was time to propose. Interestingly enough, West also explained that he always knew he was going to be with Kim from the moment he saw her in a magazine with Paris Hilton and clarifies she will share his last name. Before heading out, Yeezy shares with Ryan his motivation for doing everything so over the top as of late.
Kanye West recently stopped by 99.7 NOW in the Bay Area to sit down with radio deejay St. John. Watch as Ye speaks on the inspiration behind choosing Yeezus as his new album title, his love for being creative and coming up with new ideas with his crew and his new tour’s opening night in Seattle. West gives listeners insight behind the elaborate visual representation of his show and breaks down what drives him as an artist to be so creative and over-the-top. St. John also discusses with the G.O.O.D. Music front man about what life is like now being a dad, the importance of family and of course his special bond with his new fiance Kim Kardashian.
Oprah recently took to her twitter over the weekend and shared a photo of herself partying the night away with Diddy and Kanye West at Jimmy Iovine’s house. The music producer and American Idol mentor hosted the exclusive birthday celebration in honor of his girlfriend Liberty Ross. Other guests that were in attendance included Mick Jagger, Kim Kardashian, Dr. Dre, Brian Grazer, Gayle King and R. Kelly who decided to put on a live performance.
Backed by the band the Roots and legendary singer Charlie Wilson on the vocals, Kanye West decides to make a surprise guest on Jimmy Fallon’s Late Night Show. However, the bigger news from the performance came about when Kanye decided to finally address Ray J’s “I Hit It First” diss with a jab of his own during his live set. The G.O.O.D. Music rapper kicked his verse off by rapping, “Brandy little sister lame and he know it now…” much to the surprise of audience members and those watching at home. Take a look at the performance footage below to see Ye vibe out with his latest single off his controversial Yeezus LP.