Or at least that's what he told GQ a little over a week after his late-May wedding to Kim Kardashian. The rapper said that he did have, however, a single, titled "All Day," that he had hoped to put out "in the next couple of weeks, just to have something up and running." Also from Rolling Stone: Kanye West Explains How to Avoid Fans in Failed Reality TV Pilot A "I was thinking [the record] could somehow come out in June, like Yeezus, and just kill it for the summer," he said. "But then I'm like, I have to work on Adidas and be with my child." Later in the interview, West said that it took nine months to make an album, though he did not indicate where he was in the process and, he added, things change. At the time of the interview, he said he was planning on scrapping the direction he had been taking on the new record. In that form, the album was to be made up of "beautiful songs" that would tell the world, in West's words, "Hey, I'm a great musician.
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I go back and forth. Like, should it be September or should it be October? Should it be November?" "When Beyonce was working on her last album, she took a while," he continues. "I was thinking [mine] could somehow come out in June, like Yeezus, and just kill it for the summer.
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However, one thing Kanye doesn't always get enough credit for is that he does give it up for other artists when they're winning. In fact, just this week, Kanye appeared in the new issue of GQ and spoke at length about the success that Drake enjoyed last summer. And he also admitted that he thinks Drake is the hottest rapper in the game home right now. It was a little strange to hear Kanye essentially concede defeat, especially since he also dropped an album last summer.
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Send Thanks! A link has been sent. Done Six Zen Koans from Kanye West's GQ Interview By David Sims 7 hours ago 0 shares View photo Six Zen Koans from Kanye West's GQ Interview Kanye West has a new interview with GQ that's blowin' up the internet this morning, and rightfully sohe drops hints about a new album, discusses the process behind making Yeezus, his nuptials to Kim Kardashian, and racial politics in America. Honestly, there's some genuinely insightful stuff in there, but the only problem is, you have to cut through the more illogical, headline-grabbing free-association statements that will be peppered all over Twitter this week. For your ease and understanding, here are the finest, most baffling moments from his chat with Zach Baron. Just Because You're Not Aggressive Doesn't Mean You're Cuddly [discussing being chased by the paparazzi] "I don't have fangs.