An amazingly uncommon meeting with Kanye West has been revealed that grandstands the craftsman before his YEEZY design line and the buildup around his adidas association. Shot in 2013 for Stones Throw narrative Our Vinyl Weighs a Ton, the multifaceted open figure remarks on his association with J Dilla, his childhood in Chicago, mold parallels to craftsmen and architects and significantly more.
The real to life meet, as led by chief/maker Jeff Broadway, is displayed in crude shape that highlights Kanye's considerations at the time; all of which do appear to be more centered around his music and his inclusion inside the hip-jump domain, however as the meeting advances his words start to join his enthusiasm and inescapable upset brought upon mold and craftsmanship. The discussion additionally strangely reviews particular verses found in The Life of Pablo's "No More Parties in LA" — a track that wouldn't see the light of day until almost three years after the fact.
Jeff Broadway, who under his generation umbrella Valentine Street Productions, is known for his coordinating and delivering work with music video and business crusades. His third and fourth narrative will discharge in the not so distant future; Living on Soul — a show film shot at the Apollo highlighting Sharon Jones and Charles Bradley; and an untitled film on electronic craftsman Moby and his life at middle-age. To take in more about the source narrative from Stones Throw Records, visit the Our Vinyl Weighs a Ton official site.