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There’s nothing more to be said about music. I’m the f#$%king end-all, be-all of music. I know what I’m doing. I did 808s in three weeks. I got it.”

-Kanye West in Details Magazine


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You can write a book on each of my thoughts.

-Vanilla Ice (1991)

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kanye_westThe ever classy and incredibly talented Kanye West is talking again…

“I’m open to doing porn. Hell, I’ll even do bisexual scenes – myself, another man and a woman, or just me and two women. I know people will find that as some weird shit, but I am who I am.

-Kanye West

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6a00d8341bfcfe53ef00e54f1fc4708833-800wi1I have a big chip on my shoulder. When I do an interview in Europe I get treated with respect, like I’m David Byrne. They love our ambition, they want us to do well. But not in America. I take it personally.”

-Brandon Flowers of the incomparable American band, The Killers

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kanye-west-spinKanye West with a logic that only he can follow:

“I want the freedom of having less fans. It’s like the freedom of having less money. If you have less money, you have less responsibility. It’s like Björk. If she wanted to pose naked, you’d be like, ‘Oh, that’s Björk.’ But if I wanted to pose naked, people would draw all type of things into it. I definitely feel like, in the next however many years, if I work out for two months, that I’ll pose naked.”

Kanye West — “I wanna be Elvis.”

elvis02After winning his “Favorite Rap/Hip Hop Album” on last night’s American Music Awards, Kanye West provided some commentary on how he’d like to be Elvis Presley.

Kanye West — “I am the voice of this generation”

kanye-west-ringRapper, Bonnaroo-hater, full-time douche Kanye West has made some outlandish claims in the past, but this may take the cake. Presley->Dylan->Lennon->Young->Bono->Vedder->Kanye West????

LONDON – Kanye West is to music what Michael Jordan was to basketball — at least that’s what West thinks, in his humble estimation.

“I realize that my place and position in history is that I will go down as the voice of this generation, of this decade, I will be the loudest voice,” he said in an interview on Wednesday. “It’s me settling into that position of just really accepting that it’s one thing to say you want to do it and it’s another thing to really end up being like Michael Jordan.”

The Grammy-winning rapper-producer said Justin Timberlake had a chance to be music’s MVP, but hasn’t put out enough material. (Timberlake’s last album was in 2006, while West released a CD last year and is releasing his latest — “808s and Heartbreak” — on Nov. 24.) (more…)