Kanye's 'The Life of Pablo' arrives on Spotify, Apple Music

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    Who or what is Kanye West, and why should anyone care?
     
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    Because some people living in an alienating reality crave distractions to make them forget they are irrelevant.

    Regarding the matter of his identity, feats, and claim to fame, I'll let someone more versed in current pop culture explain it to you.
     
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    206 was a very long time ago. :p

    Does Kayne own the album and distribution rights or some label company he's signed up with?

    Or was that news piece of uber-societal importance just an April Fools' Day joke?
     
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    Cos he's gonna be elected president in a bit over 4 years !!
     
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    Because he's a douchebag and douchebags are a social issue?
     
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    He'll be the new Trump, one minute he'll say something the next he completely go back on his word and do/say the opposite, his head must be so over-crowded.
     
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    Hopefully it's an improvement over Yeezus which was terrible and far below his previous albums.
     

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