During a performance in England recently, Kayne West said "I walk through the hotel and I walk down the street, and people look at me like I'm f*ing insane, like I'm Hitler."
Has there ever been a performer who carries such an elevated perception of himself? Wow, first he made little Taylor Swift cry and now he's beginning to exhibit characteristics of a paranoid schizophrenic.
Honestly, I didn't even realize he performed anymore. Wow, he's always doing something in an attempt to stay relevant.
Thanks for the Hitler reference Kayne, we appreciate it. (sarcasm)
I live in the US, have heard of him; but still pretty much think he's grossly, grossly over-estimating the degree to which the general public is aware of, or pays attention to, him. He ought to relax. A whole lot of people just aren't looking at, or thinking about, him one way or another.
@Sherlock: what rock do you live under???? Just go to tmz.com every once in a while to keep up, not that keeping up with garbage is a good idea. I'm just messing with you, you are probably better off not knowing who he is.
@ Lisa: that's the main problem, he's dying to be noticed, his act has become tiresome
I wonder what people would have made of Hitler if he had dressed as in this picture. Watching his speeches, he always looked comical, and it is hard to understand why people took him seriously. Maybe if he was dressed as a rap star he would have been taken even more seriously, because the absurd seemed to appeal to the German public at that time.
I liked a couple of Kaynes songs ,along with a few other rappers.
Not enough to ever buy their CD'S,but couple of them ,are good to work or excercise too ..
Ha!..Many rappers have this puffed up dramatised ideal of who are they are ,some of for marketing purposes ,and most of it just ego.. I think everyone was a gangster a few years back and soldiers (soulja's)...Puuuulease
I take it from the way Hitler is dressed in the above picture that Kayne West must be a rap star. This would explain why I have never heard of him, because I only listen to proper music. I always think the "C" is missing from the beginning of the word "rap."
Another rap person I have never heard of. The problem I have with rap is that I can't tell the good stuff from the bad stuff, as it all sounds the same to me. Back in the '80s, the first time I heard it, I thought our neighbours were arguing. It took some time to realise it was actually a form of music.