There’s no denying that Kanye West is a polarizing figure in the music industry. However, whether you love to hate him or you hate to love him, there is no denying that he usually makes music that everyone will talk about whether the music itself is good or bad. That’s great for record sales but at the end of the day, your output is a musician’s legacy so does Yeezus pass muster? The answer is a resounding Hail No.
Yeezus pretends to be an album that is relevant and ground breaking however the truth of the matter is that it’s really neither. Even though the production on the album is amazingly dope like all of ‘Ye’s albums, it’s really a mish mosh of other genres that are currently bubbling underneath mainstream music’s surface. It’s like he thought to himself, “Alright, dancehall and electronic dance music is hot right now so I’m going to mix that up with some hip hop drums and I’m going to add some **** that sounds like Nine Inch Nails to make it feel like there is some depth of