Kanye West has posted a new video showing him recording 'I Am A God' with Mike Dean and Rick Rubin.
In a year dominated by high profile comebacks and seismic new releases, only one man can up the ante. Kanye West is set to push 2013's levels of bombast and braggadocio to new levels, with new album 'Yeezus' set to drop this summer.
Sparking a flurry of reports, Clash have volunteered to bundle the best of Yeezy's antics into a neat, tidy bundle.
With 'Yeezus' fast approaching, the rapper has posted a new video teaser online, showing 'I Am A God' coming together in the studio alongside Mike Dean and Rick Rubin. There are no great revelations, but if you fancy catching a bit of Kanye West this morning then click HERE.
Elsewhere, Mike Dean himself has spoken to The Huffington Post. Reminiscing about working with Death Row at their commercial and critical peak, the producer includes a few revelations about that violence soaked imprint.
However one titbit does stand out: during the interview, Jay-Z pops up leading to speculation about new material. Could 'Watch The Throne II' be on the cards? Dean certainly seems to think so.
Finally, Kanye West has given a new interview to the New York Times. Amongst the highlights is the suggestion that Yeezy is, in fact, the new Steve Jobs: "I think what Kanye West is going to mean is something similar to what Steve Jobs means. I am undoubtedly, you know, Steve of Internet, downtown, fashion, culture. Period. By a long jump. I honestly feel that because Steve has passed, you know, it’s like when Biggie passed and Jay-Z was allowed to become Jay-Z."
Check out our first thoughts on 'Yeezus' HERE.
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