Kanye Spanned His Career With a ‘Late Night’ Medley Performance (and He Gave a Great Interview)
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The Internet hasn’t been alone in reflecting on Kanye West’s legacy as this February marks the 10-year anniversary of his debut album, The College Dropout. Last night on Late Night With Seth Meyers, Kanye managed to chronologically spin through his entire career — all six albums — in just over five minutes. It was pretty speedy, kicking off with “Jesus Walks” and wrapping with a meaty section of “Black Skinhead.” Yeezy also gave a great, pleasant interview, riffing on the walls he’s trying to break down, the time he happily helped SNL poke fun at him, and whether being a dad means he’ll become the Wiggles of hip-hop.
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