Kanye West delivered his “Yeezus” collection on this day in 2013. Remember the crude energy of “New Slaves” here.
Eight years prior today, we were honored with a memorable delivery day in hip-bounce. Kanye West delivered his test Yeezus. J. Cole dropped his sophomore studio collection Born Sinner. Furthermore, Mac Miller came through with his collection Watching Movies with the Sound Off. Every one of the three assortments of work proceeded to become vital crossroads for each individual craftsman. The top-performing collection of the bundle was Yeezus with fans running to the oddly curated, yet some way or another lovely collection by one of the record-breaking greats.
As we praise the commemoration of each of the three of these stunning bits of work, we’re focusing on “New Slaves,” which actually hits absurdly hard eight years after the fact. Continuously somewhat revolutionary, Kanye’s “New Slaves” seems like it might have been a new exploratory record, so it’s wild to imagine that he made this just about 10 years prior. With Juneteenth close to the corner as well, fans are bringing up Kanye’s verses on Twitter, moving the title of the melody as they recall what a period it was to be alive back in 2013.
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What’s your opinion about “New Slaves” after eight years?