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Laura Penny says Yeezus track has 'all the feels'


In June of 2013, Kanye West’s Yeezus was released amongst considerable controversy. Acclaimed by some critics and panned by others, it was one of the most polarizing albums of 2013.
Laura Penny was gracious enough to sit down and speak with Evan McIntyre about the record, art’s relation to celebrity, one’s right to be a God, and lazy lyrics, among other things.

By David J. Shuman

David is a second-year journalism student at King's, is engagement/news editor of The Watch, and a copy editor of The Pigeon. He writes on student politics, campus happenings, and school news. 

3 replies on “Laura Penny says Yeezus track has 'all the feels'”

If you want to feel uncomfortable listen to this with headphones on. You will love the awkward voice-of-god reverb. Random drums around 17:42 too. This is a bad post from the Watch editor. Plus filed under “features” not opinions or reviews? Can anyone else running the Watch stop this kind of thing from happening in the future?

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