Kanye West is getting closer to world mastery by making a feature amusement. West halted by Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club yesterday to discuss his Adidas design line, his up and coming collection, and Kim Kardashian. Close to the very end of the meeting, he shrewdly said that he’s chipping away at a feature diversion in light of his late single, “Only One.”
The hour-long meeting contains some decent Kanye goodies — he needs to work with Disney and called his new track “Wolves” a “post-Drake” tune — however the most fascinating minute was when West said the feature amusement, which will be envisioned and composed by Yeezy himself. Its spark, “Stand out,” envisions a discussion between West’s girl and his mom, who passed on in 2007.
West gave an ambiguous depiction of the amusement, which he says he’s been taking a shot at for six months. “The thought is that its my mom experiencing the doors of paradise,” he said, “and you’ve got to bring her to the most noteworthy door of paradise by holding her to the light.