Following the recent emergence of “Jesus is King II” online, nearly four years after the original album’s release, additional previously undisclosed Ye footage has surfaced from the archives.
This latest leak features a series of hitherto-unseen clips from the rapper’s abandoned 2018 documentary project. In these clips, Ye passionately vocalizes his thoughts on various topics, including G.O.O.D. Music, Pusha T, Teyana Taylor, Cardi B, and more.
In the initial pair of clips, which were shared by DJ Akademiks on Instagram, Kanye West directs his attention toward G.O.O.D. Music. He articulates, “Extricate me from this G.O.O.D. Music situation immediately,” during a phone conversation. He proceeds to assert, “I must sever ties with G.O.O.D. Music because I am striving for greatness – and, you see, ‘good’ serves as a hindrance to achieving greatness.”
In the same clip, Ye questions his decisions, wondering aloud, “Why did I bestow ‘Wanna Love You’ upon Teyana? Why did I entrust the ‘Daytona’ album to Pusha? What was my rationale?” He also calls out Nas for “rapping egregiously offbeat” on “Cops Shot The Kid” and proceeding to shoot the music video without prior notification.
Kanye boldly predicts, “I am willing to wager that I will regain control of my publishing rights, secure my own music festival, sever ties with Universal, and forego any further dealings with Adidas.”
In the third clip that has resurfaced online, Kanye, while conversing over the phone, asserts that Corey Gamble is intricately connected with the CIA and characterizes Cardi B as an “industry plant.” He passionately states, “Cardi B is a puppet orchestrated by the Illuminati,” while perusing a magazine. He proceeds to elaborate on his beliefs, claiming that she has replaced Nicki Minaj with intent and remains oblivious to the industry’s inner workings.
In conclusion, these newly unearthed clips offer a captivating glimpse into the mind of Kanye West, showcasing his unfiltered thoughts and passionate convictions on various aspects of his career and the music industry.