Kanye West Teaches Airport Etiquette in Failed Reality Show Pilot | SPIN | Music News
Its the first time his face has appeared on the iconic publication since 2007. But alot has changed for West since then. While Graduationwas coupe de grace at the time, the G.O.O.D. Music mastermind has now gone completely off of the reserve with musical explorations likeYeezus. Married life and fatherhoodhave also shaped him as a man, which should make for a reflective cover story. Peep Kanye West on the front of GQ below.
details some of Ye’s frustrations with his recent accommodations (a hotel employee apparently leaked the news that he was staying there), Kanye offers up his air travel preferences, which apparently include being in airports as little as possible. Perhaps that disdain for sitting around in airline visite site terminals is unsurprising, given that some of his most famous altercations with the press have occurred in such environments, but 2010 Kanye seems mostly concerned with unpleasant interactions with fans and admirers. “I try to avoid airports at all costs because people like to say really stupid stuff to me,” he explains.”Ok, that’s completely politically incorrect. I like being in airports and I like people walking up to me and saying shit like ‘are you Kanye West?'” As for dealing with the unwanted attention, Yeezy suggests pretending to be on the phone. And if he’s tempted to lash out at a fan who approaches him anyway, he’ll instead direct his anger at the person he’s on the phone with.
Kanye West And Iggy Azalea Added to “Budweiser Made In America” Festival Roster, Plus Daily Schedule | Singersroom
The rap mogul will headline both the Los Angeles (Grand Park) and Philadelphia “Budweiser Made In America” Festivalon Labor Day Weekend (August 30and 31). In addition to West, rising sensation and chart-topping rapper Iggy Azalea was also added to L.A.s line-up. The”Budweiser Made In America” Music Festival also revealed today the daily line-up for thePhiladelphiaandLos Angelesversions for one of the country’s premier summer festivals. Single-day tickets for both festivals will go on saleFriday, July 18 at http://www.livenation.com and through the Live Nation mobile app. Single-day ticket prices are$89.50forPhiladelphiaand$99.50forLos Angeles. PHILADELPHIADAILY LINE-UP
Kanye West and Iggy Azalea join Made in America Festival L.A. lineup | Boston Herald
perform at the BET Awards at the Nokia Theatre on Sunday, June 29, 2014, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP) 1 Sebastian Torrelio Kanye West and Iggy Azalea will be joining the lineup of this year’s Budweiser Made in America Music Festival in Los Angeles, held Saturday, Aug. 30 and Sunday, Aug. 31, the weekend before Labor Day. The Budweiser Made in America Festival is a two day event held in Los Angeles’s Grand Park and Philadelphia’s Fairmount Park simultaneously.