Kanye West is definitely one of the vital revered members of the hip-hop neighborhood to ever decide up a microphone. Nonetheless, he discovered himself sparking the ire of the remainder of the black and rap neighborhood when he introduced he was going to run for the presidency this yr.
As most know, this all comes after Kanye additionally revealed he was a Trump supporter, which made him the goal of mockery for months. Moreover, West made a stunning profession transition when he introduced he was not going to make rap music, and as an alternative, deliberate on making gospel music.
Kanye dropped Jesus Is King, which was truly appreciated by lots of the rapper’s followers, though, it did have its detractors. Regardless, West managed to break records when he swung into the style as a result of no different artist managed to maneuver so many copies of a gospel file.
Quick ahead to at this time, and Kanye is itching to turn out to be the president of the USA, and in an try to advertise his new marketing campaign, Kanye dropped a brand new tune known as, “Nah Nah Nah” during which he flexed on the haters.
Kanye raps in his tune that his marketing campaign wasn’t a joke, in truth, it was 100% severe. Sadly for the legendary rapper, followers hated the tune, and it wasn’t as positively acquired as he might have hoped.
saying the brand new kanye observe is as unhealthy because the yandhi leaks is an insult to the yandhi leaks.
— thee anthony fantano (@theneedledrop) October 17, 2020
As an illustration, social media customers took to their accounts at this time to say that they wished Kanye would’ve simply caught to his political aspirations, moderately than going again to his roots within the rap neighborhood.
Others joked that they spent nearly all of the yr hoping Kanye would return to creating music like he used to, moderately than concentrate on his presidential marketing campaign, however they wound up regretting these emotions.
Up to now, followers have criticized the tune for its weird beat, which followers described as sounding a bit goofy or barely off-key. Anthony Fantano, as an example, who created and hosts the channel, The Needle Drop, mentioned the tune was even worse than the leaked Yandhi tapes.