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On The Scene: Kanye West's 'yeezus' Tour Hits Madison Square Gar










North West 's mom looked chic for the performance, donning a form-fitting longsleeve black dress by Gareth Pugh and Gianvitto Rossi black strappy lace-up heels. PHOTOS: Kim and Kanye step out with baby North! Instagram "Last night's show was insane!!! So proud! Sold out Madison Square Garden!!! #Yeezus" Kim captioned an Instagram pic of Kanye on stage. <br>Source: http://www.eonline.com/news/484445/kim-kardashian-supports-kanye-west-at-new-york-concert-see-the-pics









By Brenna Ehrlich Kanye West has been making a lot of press appearances around his Yeezus record and accompanying tour, but none so out-there as his stint on David Blaine's ABC special David Blaine: Real or Magic? Tuesday night. Blaine, like the truly creeptastic showman that he is, thoroughly skeeved out a bunch of famous people like Will Smith and Woody Harrelson by jamming an ice pick through his hand and then asking said famous people to pull it out again. While the majority of the celebs reacted in cringing, hand-flapping horror to the stunt see Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul 'Ye stayed cool, smiling and chuckling as he pulled the sharp implement from the musician's hand. Perhaps he just went to his "happy place" which we're guessing is some iteration of the tranquil scenes in his "Bound 2" video ? This isn't the first time Blaine has enlisted a musician to inflict physical pain on his person; in 2012, the magician executed a stunt called "Electrified" in which he spent three days and three nights being electrocuted by the likes of Andrew W.K. <br>Source: http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1717783/kanye-west-david-blaine-ice-pick.jhtml







Yes. Son me because I am the sun and I will shine bright. And when I don't have as much money as a billionaire and when I don't have the factories that, that dude has over there, what I do have is my voice. Ain't no corporation that can take me away from my voice and I'm going to scream at the top of my motherfucking mountain as loud as I want. Anything I want. Whenever I want. <br>Source: http://www.hiphopdx.com/index/news/id.26382/title.kanye-west-calls-out-nike-during-concert







after telling the audience that Google chairman Eric Schmidt was in the house, he asked approximately a dozen times Do http://www.kardashiansextaped.com/ yall want Eric Schmidt to invest in DONDA? The answer was a resounding yes. In recent interviews, Kanye has been asking for the support of big, established institutions to invest in DONDA. Perhaps Google will be next. More From Business Insider U.S. gasoline prices inch up in recent weeks -Lundberg survey Regular-grade gasoline prices, which had decreased about 37 cents between early September and Nov. 8 to an average of $3.22, inched up 3.4 cents to $3.25 a gallon as of Nov. <br>Source: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/kanye-west-wants-googles-eric-193249953.html







They think it is so quaint and beautiful. Kanye is fascinated by European history, the aristocracy and the British royals. "He loves watching Downton' Abbey on television and it's exactly the kind of place he would like to live in. "They discussed moving to the UK, but in the end they agreed on bringing a bit of Britain to Los Angeles." It is said Kanye wants a "statement home" to eventually pass down to his five-month-old daughter North, and he has apparently already invested money into researching the idea - although it would be given a modern twist. The insider added: "He wants a statement home that will be passed down from generation to generation, in the way they used to be in the Britain of the Downton era." They added: "Of course there will be a movie theatre, bowling alley and basketball court. "It's going to be the family's palace so no expense will be spared on the decor. <br>Source: http://www.nzherald.co.nz/entertainment/news/article.cfm?c_id=1501119&objectid=11162018







Whatever affinities Kanye hopes for in the abstract, he easily found last night through his music: The thunderous new songs like Blood on the Leaves and Im In It that dominated the first half of the set proved just how well the uncommercial Yeezus can translate to a wide, endorphin-seeking audience; classics like Runaway and All of the Lights felt unburdened, newly hopeful. And oh yes, there was a mountain and a guy dressed up like Jesus and dancers in white-flesh-colored bodysuits (who made an altar-boy procession at one point, and got on all fours for Kanye to sit on at another) and a lot of masksKanye barely showed his face, not even his eyes and mouth. To describe the masks is to describe the whole show: They were creepy, confusing, abtractly fashionable, highly Instagramabble, and fully, fully committed to by the man himself. What Kanye did reveal, when he wasnt wearing a trenchcoat (and especially when he took off his shirt), were a lot of muscles. In some ways, the show was a display of strength, proof that Kanye can hold an audience rapt whether hes indulging a brute minimalism (stalking around during Black Skinhead, say) or layering showpieces on top of showpieces (Jesus emerging from the mountain after it split open). But he also displayed his vulnerability. <br>Source: http://music-mix.ew.com/2013/11/24/kanye-west-yeezus-tour-madison-square-garden/



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