- Summary: Chief Keef, Daft Punk, Frank Ocean, Kid Cudi, King L, Rick Rubin, RZA, and Justin Vernon are some of the producers and artists the rapper worked with on his sixth solo release influenced by such genres as industrial, new wave, and Chicago house music.
- Record Label: Def Jam
- Genre(s): Rap
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|Bound to fall in love Bound to fall in love (Uh-huh, honey) All them other niggas lame, and you know it now When a real nigga hold you down, you...||See the rest of the song lyrics|
Jun 20, 2013With Yeezus clocking in at a short 40 minutes, Kanye achieves his goal of creating a stripped-down, minimalist project; there’s nothing extra or out of place here. More importantly, Kanye makes it abundantly clear that he’s still got a lot to say, and a lot of new ways to say it.
Aug 29, 2014Bërë shumë mirë Expirimental / hip hop album duke treguar Kanye është në kulmin e karrierës së tij muzikore , jo në fund ! Shumë keq rreh si ,Bërë shumë mirë Expirimental / hip hop album duke treguar Kanye është në kulmin e karrierës së tij muzikore , jo në fund ! Shumë keq rreh si , bëhet me prodhim i tepërt dhe një të hedhura të karakteristikave dërrmuese ! Ju duhet të blej ! :) 10/10… Expand
Jun 18, 2013If there's one thing you can expect from Kanye West, it's that you never know what to expect from Kanye West. Yeezus is darker and moreIf there's one thing you can expect from Kanye West, it's that you never know what to expect from Kanye West. Yeezus is darker and more twisted than his last fantasy that had us all screaming masterpiece, and after a few listens through this album, you'll be thinking the same thing.… Expand
Jun 22, 2015Kanye West may have let fans down with an ambient record, but he's Kanye - every one of his albums are different. Kanye's at his lyrical worstKanye West may have let fans down with an ambient record, but he's Kanye - every one of his albums are different. Kanye's at his lyrical worst on this album, but the production makes up for it. The production is interesting in every aspect - heck, even Daft Punk produced a few songs on here. It ranges from rock to trap, it's ambient, it probably has some of the most revolutionary production on any hip hop album. We even get a touch of College Dropout Kanye with "Bound 2". And of course, this is original too. Yeezus is unlike anything else ever released, even his own other studio albums. And plus, he may not be lyrically strong on this album but some of these lines make for a good laugh. "New Slaves" is one of the best songs I have ever heard in my whole life - not another song like this will be created for another decade at least. In general, what makes this album so special and unique is the production, originality, and clear showing of West's artistry. Grade: B+/A-. Highlights: "New Slaves" and most tracks. Worst song: "Guilt Trip"… Expand
Jun 21, 2013With all the hype surrounding "Yeezus," the album is only a production achievement. Reminiscent to "808s & Heartbreak," Kanye provides hisWith all the hype surrounding "Yeezus," the album is only a production achievement. Reminiscent to "808s & Heartbreak," Kanye provides his auto-tune with very heavy, industrial hip-hop beats. The result is an album that most casual listeners will dislike, save a few songs ("Blood on the Leaves," "Bound 2"). Otherwise, heavy clipping is apparent and the synth uncomfortable-sounding. Lyricism is sub-par at best, only touching on some issues of race while other times, Kanye delivers punchlines similar to Lil Wayne. If this album were produced by anyone else, it would be considered not worthwhile at all. Because it is Kanye, though, he is given credit for his foray into industrial hip-hop, albeit not much.… Expand
Feb 14, 2016Très ambitieux et "novateur", cet album est à l'image de son chanteur: un mégalo prétentieux.
Beaucoup de bruit pour pas grand chose, YeezusTrès ambitieux et "novateur", cet album est à l'image de son chanteur: un mégalo prétentieux.
Beaucoup de bruit pour pas grand chose, Yeezus est loin de révolutionner la musique, bien au contraire.… Expand
Published: December 4, 2013Throughout the coming weeks, we'll be collecting year-end top 10 album lists from dozens of music critics, publications, record stores, and other sources. Find individual lists and this year's cumulative rankings inside.
Awards & Rankings
|The Who Sell Out [Super Deluxe Edition] [Box Set] - The Who|
|Déjà Vu [50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition] - Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young|
|One Foot in Front of the Other [Mixtape] - Griff|
|All Things Must Pass [50th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition] [Box Set] - George Harrison|
|Glow On - Turnstile|
|Sabotage [Super Deluxe Edition] [Box Set] - Black Sabbath|
|We're All Alone In This Together - Dave|
|Blue Weekend - Wolf Alice|
|Live in Stuttgart 1975 - Can|
|For Those I Love - For Those I Love|
|And Then Life Was Beautiful - Nao|
|Pink Noise - Laura Mvula|
|Bright Green Field - Squid|
|They're Calling Me Home - Rhiannon Giddens|
|Long Lost - Lord Huron|
|Dream Weapon - Genghis Tron|
|Call Me If You Get Lost - Tyler, The Creator|
|Jubilee - Japanese Breakfast|
|Nine - Sault|
|Sometimes I Might Be Introvert - Little Simz|