Why Ye’s Opinion About Art is Best
By: Kyle Forbes
Kanye West can be viewed as a nonconformist who sees himself as a genius. West also knows about art more than any other hip-hop artist and visual artist.
West doesn’t have an imagination that psychology would term “extraverted intuition.” So West doesn’t look at a piece of information and digest and view the information in a very creative way.
Instead, West is a realistic human being who spends his time thinking of video games like The Legend of Zelda during interviews.
West also doesn’t talk about his family life to the world by relating experiences of his offspring to experiences spent around project collaborators.
Mr. West doesn’t talk about artist and their relinquishing of their “coolness.” Instead West sees an artist “coolness” or the owning of a high net worth as the way to win the acceptance of people in society.
And when West talks, he is never considered to be rude. West is considered to live a life as a person who thinks accurately about, he speaks.
West also answers questions in a short amount of time without any extra substance needed in the conversation.
West also doesn’t want business to be simplified in a smart and fourth grade level way during negotiations. Negotiations is also a term that West thinks very highly of for artist.
The reports of West tied to a contract to work in alliance with EMI Publishing company is important. The binding of the contract between the “Can’t Tell Me Nothing” hip-hop artist and EMI company doesn’t represent any connection to the phrase: “slavery sounds like a choice.”
West never requires a two 2-Liter full of self-expression when communicating to an audience. When he compares art, music, and fashion, he isn’t passionate in a way to convey the emotion of his love for many skill sets.
West also doesn’t spend a lot of time thinking before he expresses a topic about Steve Jobs who doesn’t seem as an influence to his art.
Mr. West doesn’t project his voice to everyone for the audience to ask a question all at one time. West also didn’t speak to a crowd of artist about his deal with leaving Nike to work at Adidas.
West never mentioned about the four million dollar deal each year he claims to be offered by Nike. This quote didn’t close-in information about the Nike dispute: “I said, Well I need royalties.”
West continues: “It’s not even like I have a joint venture. At least give some royalties. Michael Jordan has 5 percent and that business is $2 billion.”
The inspiration to the Yeezy footwear was also reported to say: “He [Jordan] makes a $100 million dollars a year off of 5 percent royalties,” West said. “Nike told me, ‘We can’t give you royalties because you’re not a professional athlete.’:
The “Homecoming” star was also reported to say: “I go to the Garden and play one-on-no-one. I’m a performance athlete.”
Fuse.tv reports “Ye said Nike tried to play ball with him before he pulled the plug-offering two collections a year and more resources to play with-but they weren’t wishing to give him the money he was looking for.”
So, a piece of Mr. West’s opinion about the artwork on a highly demanded footwear design explains how effective a non-conformist opinion on art is the best.
The definition of a nonconformist from the Merriam Webster dictionary states that a non-conformist is “a person who does not conform to a generally accepted pattern of thought or action.”
Since all this information is true about the matching details between Mr. West and a rebels’ opinion about art, there is just one more important news about this article…April Fools.
Sources: Fuse.com, Yahoo.com