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Артист: Kanye West Название: Yeezus Жанр: Hip-Hop Год выхода: 2013 Label: Parental Advisory О музыке:
01 On Sight
02 Black Skinhead
03 I Am A God (Feat. Justin Vernon)
04 New Slaves
05 Hold My Liquor
06 I'm In It
07 Blood On The Leaves
08 Guilt Trip
09 Send It Up
10 Bound 2
In the span of three short years, Kanye West went from hip-hop beatmaker to worldwide hitmaker, as his stellar production work for
Jay-Z led to a major-label recording contract and, ultimately, a wildly successful solo career. West paired his beats with tongue-twisting raps and a
self-assured, flamboyant personality. His dapper fashion sense set him apart from many of his rap peers, and his confidence often came across as
boastful or even egotistical, albeit amusingly so. This flamboyance, of course, made for good press, something that West enjoyed in spades during his
sudden rise to celebrity status. He was a media darling, appearing and performing at countless awards shows (and winning at them, too), delivering
theatrical videos to MTV, and mouthing off about whatever happened to cross his mind. He frequently spoke out against the rampant homophobia evident
in much rap music, posed for the cover of Rolling Stone as Jesus Christ, and even claimed during a televised Hurricane Katrina fundraiser that "George
Bush doesn't care about black people." West courted controversy, no question about it, but his steady presence in the celebrity limelight
couldn't eclipse his musical talent. His production abilities seemed boundless during his initial surge of activity, as he not only racked up
impressive hits for himself (including "Jesus Walks" and "Gold Digger"), but also collaborated on smash hits with the likes of Jay-Z and Ludacris. As
his career progressed throughout the early 21st century, West shattered certain stereotypes about rappers, becoming a superstar on his own terms
without adapting his appearance, his rhetoric, or his music to fit any one musical mold.
Coming out of left field (i.e., Chicago, a city rarely praised for its hip-hop exports), West was an unlikely sensation and more than once defied
adversity. Like so many others who were initially inspired by Run-D.M.C., he began as just another aspiring rapper with a boundless passion for
hip-hop, albeit a rapper with a Midas touch when it came to beatmaking. Indeed, it was his beatmaking prowess that got his foot in the industry door.
Though he did quite a bit of noteworthy production work during the late '90s (Jermaine Dupri, Foxy Brown, Mase, Goodie Mob), it was West's
work for Roc-a-Fella at the dawn of the new millennium that took his career to the next level. Alongside fellow fresh talent Just Blaze, West became
one of the Roc's go-to producers, consistently delivering hot tracks to album after album. His star turn came on Jay-Z's classic Blueprint
(2001) with album standouts "Takeover" and "Izzo (H.O.V.A.)." Both songs showcased West's signature beatmaking style of the time, which was
largely sample-based; in these cases, the former track appropriated snippets of the Doors' "Five to One," while the latter sampled the Jackson
5's "I Want You Back."
More high-profile productions followed, and before long word spread that West was going to release an album of his own, on which he planned to rap as
well as produce. Unfortunately, that album was a long time coming, pushed back and then pushed back again. It didn't help that West was in a
tragic car accident in October 2002 that almost cost him his life. He capitalized on the traumatic experience by using it as the inspiration for
"Through the Wire" (and its corresponding video), which would later become the lead single for his debut album, 2004's The College out. As the
album was continually delayed, West continued to churn out big hits for the likes of Talib Kweli ("Get By"), Ludacris ("Stand Up"), Jay-Z ("'03
Bonnie Clyde"), and Alicia Keys ("You Don't Know My Name"). Then, just as "Through the Wire" was breaking big-time at the tail end of 2003,
another West song caught fire, a collaboration with Twista and comedian/actor Jamie Foxx called "Slow Jamz," which gave the rapper/producer two
simultaneously ubiquitous singles and a much-anticipated debut album. As with so many of West's songs, the singles were driven by somewhat
recognizable sample-based hooks: Chaka Khan's "Through the Fire" in the case of "Through the Wire," and Luther Vandross' "A House Is Not a
Home" in the case of "Slow Jamz."
In the wake of his breakout success, West earned a whopping ten nominations at the 47th annual Grammy Awards, held in early 2005. The College out won
the Best Rap Album award, "Jesus Walks" won Best Rap Song, and a songwriting credit on "You Don't Know My Name" for Best R B Song award was
shared with Alicia Keys and Harold Lilly. Later that year, West released his second solo album, Late Registration, which spawned a series of hit
singles ("Diamonds in Sierra Leone," "Gold Digger," "Heard 'Em Say," "Touch the Sky"). The album topped the charts, as did the "Gold Digger"
single, and Late Registration eventually won a Grammy for Album of the Year. West's production work continued more or less unabated during this
time; particularly noteworthy were hits for Twista ("Overnight Celebrity"), Janet Jackson ("I Want You"), Brandy ("Talk About Our Love"), the Game
("Dreams"), Common ("Go!"), and Keyshia Cole ("I Changed My Mind"). West also founded his own label, GOOD Music (i.e., "Getting Out Our Dreams"), in
conjunction with Sony BMG. The label's inaugural release was John Legend's Get Lifted (2004), followed one year later by Common's Be.
In addition to all of his studio work, West also toured internationally in support of Late Registration and released Late Orchestration: Live at Abbey
Road Studios (2006) in commemoration.
After retreating from the spotlight for some time, West returned to the forefront of the music world in 2007 with a series of album releases.
Consequence's Don't Quit Your Day Job and Common's Finding Forever, both released by GOOD, were chiefly produced by West; the latter
proved to be particularly popular, topping the album chart upon its release in July. And then there was West's third solo album, Graduation,
which was promoted well in advance of its September 11 release (a memorable date that pitted Kanye against 50 Cent, who in one interview swore he
would quit music if his own album, Curtis, wasn't the top-seller). A pair of singles — "Can't Tell Me Nothing" and "Stronger," the latter
an interpolation of Daft Punk's 2001 single "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" — led the promotional push. It became his third consecutive
chart-topping album, and its success culminated in eight Grammy nominations. West was the victor in four of the categories, and he performed two songs
during the ceremony, including Late Registration's "Hey Mama," chosen in honor of his recently deceased mother. That loss, compounded by a
breakup with his fiance, informed 2008's 808s Heartbreak, a major change of pace that saw West singing most of his emotionally pained lyrics
with the assistance of Auto-Tune. As polarizing as it was, it went platinum.
My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, most of which was recorded in Hawaii and involved guest vocal spots from the likes of Nicki Minaj, Kid Cudi, Rick
Ross, and the RZA, was released in November 2010. It was preceded by the bombastic, King Crimson-sampling single "Power." A sprawling and audacious
album, MBDTF debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 and also went platinum. While the album was still hot, West recorded the aggressive and
boast-heavy Watch the Throne with Jay-Z and numerous producers and songwriters. Billed as a set by the Throne, it was released in August 2011 and
entered the Billboard Top 200 chart at number one. ~ Jason Birchmeier Andy Kellman, Rovi