When we talk about ‘TLOP’

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When we talk about ‘TLOP’

We have about 300 emails and a month. We started with seven people and increased to eight, although the composition of the group had changed a little bit. We’re thinking about an album of 18 albums that we’ve had for two weeks, a few loose versions and guest texts that were released a year ago, a bunch of tweets and some pictures. Kanye rides a roller coaster ride on the plains and all of us are trying to ignore rumors and gossip and find it impossible. We bring different histories, sights and attitudes. Our personal lives are different. We are doing this work in different time zones and weather. Some of us have never met. But from January 15, we’ve found that the time we spend talking is intellectually exciting, and then emotionally rigorous, and ultimately necessary. I don’t think anyone really wants to convince anyone. There are some flip – flopping. We are trying to find out, and then express what happened between you and us all, because these songs, character and attractions are all here now, and they used those places are not.

We’re making clunky, fair versions of the shaky start and awkward landing and the album itself. I think this is a credit to him, and we can’t publish any clear or concise content responsibly. All about pablo life, from the invitation to the premiere, to services, to kick the wine samples, to the edge, is a terrible idea, from another perspective, clever. It was impossible to get everything out of someone else, because he was a charismatic artist with American audiences. He gives us the opportunity to talk, to write and to think, and we need it.

We are not in accordance with the time sequence in exchange for our communication, but as far as possible put it into three repeated theme: Kanye let’s talk about him, I was the only leader), he let us feel uncomfortable, I would say in the wrong time I feel), he reminds us of his love (I love you just like Kanye Kanye). When people talk about Kanye, they show it. I don’t know if that means he’s an excellent artist, and I know that’s why all of our ink spills.

Chris jenner, caine west and Travis Scott were in Paris in October 2015 for the 95th anniversary.

Pascal loc/getty images are stylish.

Kiana Fitzgerald: the concept of TLOP is huge, pervasive – almost a mistake. Children say there may be too many cooks in the kitchen. I don’t think it’s like a brain controlling this project, and I think that’s how much we get from Yeezy. We expected him to be Geppetto, but this time it felt like he was a doll. Kanye is a comprehensive ouroboros model: he is influenced by today’s influencers and positively influences future influencers. I don’t know where he is. Although he likes to portray itself as a visionary in a vacuum, but he keep on poll (social album title) and the people around you (young Chano on release date have the final say) out of inspiration and the final idea. He always USES the tools available,

Kris: is this the first time Kanye has asked the public to provide legal feedback? Whether it’s bruch or brown, or album cover, or whatever? I think he is usually a master of rhetorical questions and circulatory logic, and more… “Open”. This may be just growth or transformation.

Laurence burney: I find that this album has a lot of Kanyes as interesting as most of his work, but this time it feels more disconnected than ever, and that’s my challenge as an audience. It’s like, it’s hard to catch taekwondo in fact it’s here. The credit of the album is f ******. It was like he was in the room, but I didn’t feel the whole thing. It appears. With this, voice, this is still a masterpiece. Kelly Price is alone in the Ultralight Beam poetry, and I’m ready to turn to Christianity, and I still stick to this opportunity. The future/Metroboomin may be the best in history — maybe not, but I don’t remember the excitement of a falling beat. “True friends” sad “and” welcome to FML “at the end of the section 25 samples of transition is a big change, even in many TLOP songs, the voice of the very few roles, Kanye’s curator genius shine in scattered narrative, lyrics.

Chanelle Adams: Kanye tells us that he has a lot of white concerns. His prayers went to Paris, the city that held his dream of fashion week. He was able to make risky investments and knew he would sit on the kardashians. It’s all a trap. He is both a *** and a devourer. There’s no purity here. Or anywhere, really.

Chris: F *** he and his silence. F *** everyone who waffles on his nonsense. I’m tired of the fact that he’s only talking about it. I’m tired of him yelling at Sway for more SKU instead of talking about dead bodies in the streets, and the massive police corruption in his hometown. F * * * him. Paris. I am Charlie, but I’m not rai weng, because trevor was dead, Charlie also taken in nearby that piece of paper, comment on their leaves with blood, and Ken, but expensive fruits from women, because he doesn’t know is a human b * * * * * * love is what we call the b * * * * * *.

Kanye West at LAX in October, looking like us.

Well, yes. Where am I? Oh: his words were made by committee members. How can we get deep into this guy’s lyrics? Turning off Frannie’s influence, I began to listen to his old dog poop and Jesus h. Charlie… A ghost. F * * *. How do we get this slide? As I said, I like all music of Kanye except Kanye. I like rhymes and flows and ideas – not his voice and delivery. What we know now is the only thing he brings to the studio. Pray for Paris? Cute, n ****. But who wrote it for you? (yes, George Bush didn’t care about black people, but that’s still true.

Frannie Kelley: well, I’ve been thinking, maybe we can understand Kanye in our culture, in a reductive elevator pitch, as a fighter without a fight. In public, he may be a bit obsessed with wild, the feeling of temporary release, mania, the tendency of violent words and punctuation, some of which are worth it/genetic, some is easy to be misunderstood. You can think of it as irresponsible. Of course it’s inconvenient. But Kanye is moving away from unjust infrastructure. He is trying to do something that is not only unpublic, but also persistent, because its responsibilities fall on the shoulders of hundreds of millions of empty, average people, who do not think they have power. Taylor is not alone. Taylor is a shining light. The battle against us was a heavy, serious injury.

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