Kanye Sits Down With SPIN Magazine

Kanye Spin

Konman chats with SPIN about Graduation, making his “blackest” album ever, and why the Grammy’s better have there mind right.

There’s certain things that black people are the best at and certain things that white people are the best at. Whatever we as black people are the best at, I’ma go get that. Like, on Christmas I don’t want any food that tastes white. And when I go to purchase a house, I don’t want my credit to look black.

SPIN’s full interview on Yeezy.

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4 Responses to “Kanye Sits Down With SPIN Magazine”

  1. S.T.K1981 Says:
    December 20th, 2007 at 3:46 pm

    “Chuch” to the poster.

    Kanye for album of the year….hmmmmmm. He deserves it but Im not sure if he will win. They already snubbed him for record of the year and song of the year. So my bet says it goes to whitey as usual.

    White folks are good at stealing and doing evil things.
    Black people are good at making music, playing sports & dancing.

    I havent seen Kanye with a basketball but he does the other 2 things pretty good. EIther way good luck to the Konman.

  2. S. Mathis Says:
    December 21st, 2007 at 12:49 pm

    ‘Stronger’ will probably be the song of the year in many circles. Its like the ultimate crossover song for both rap and rock enthusiasts.

  3. NativeAmericanIndianX Says:
    December 24th, 2007 at 12:12 pm

    Aside from all the hype and nonsense associated from the Graduation album this was a mediocre album.Everytime i think this album isn’t too bad i hear Kanye talking about it like it has the best songs ever on it and i’m like this nigga must be fuckin wit those “white people drugs”.Kanye was selling plenty of dreams to alot of people and even in this short time after his album came out i sense that many who were duped into believing this album was “the best album of the last ten years” are beginning to see the error in there ways.Reading this article makes it more clear to me that this album was Kanye’s attempt at crossover appeal which is why i didn’t really like it in the first place.Why should he get a pass for this blatant crossover album (aka doin too much) when other rappers get villified for it. I love Kanye’s passion for music but when you lose touch with your core audience you’re lost in his own words “when you try hard that’s when you die hard”.

  4. S. Mathis Says:
    December 25th, 2007 at 3:44 am

    Party pooper!@NATIVE

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