The second part of Kanye West’s epic BBC Radio 1 interview with Zane Lowe has been posted, and the rapper manages to discuss the nature of celebrity, the Internet, the future of the world, the corporate forces against him, his father, slavery, racism, classism, Steve Jobs, Lady Gaga, and more in this segment alone.
He declares, “I always felt like I could do anything. That’s the main thing people are controlled by… they’re slowed down by their perceptions of themselves.”
“If you’re taught you can’t do anything, you won’t do anything,” adds West. “I was taught I could do everything. And I’m Kanye West at age 36. So just watch the next ten years.”
He says, “People think a lot of my motivation is megalomaniac and self-oriented. To the contrary. I just want to help.”
What is his goal?
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