Kanye West

Dopey Performs Routine With Kanye’s ‘Black Skinhead’


Former DMC World DJ champion Dopey has delivered a creative performance using Kanye West’s 2013 single, “Black Skinhead.” The Canadian turntablist told DJcity he kept tweaking the routine until he could perform it live during his shows, not just at home.

Watch the final version above.

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DJ 4REST Performs Routine Using ‘N#ggas in Paris’ and ‘HUMBLE.’


DJ 4REST, a member of Japanese duo A4, performs a routine using the group’s remixes of JAY-Z and Kanye West‘s “N#ggas in Paris” and Kendrick Lamar‘s “HUMBLE.” In 2014, 4REST competed in the Red Bull 3Style Japan Finals.

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Watch Dstrukt Perform His ‘I Heart Kanye’ Routine


Dstrukt, a former DMC and Red Bull Thre3style regional finalist, has performed his “I Heart Kanye” routine in a new video for DJcityTV. The Bay Area native used the wireless Mixfader and edjing Scratch app for the performance.

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Kanye West Interview With Annie Mac on BBC Radio 1

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Kanye West called in to Annie Mac‘s BBC Radio 1 show for his most recent interview. Annie played Kanye’s “Fade” from The Life of Pablo as her “Hottest Record in the World”.

Kanye also discussed wanting to work with IKEA, possibly running for president, police violence, and the problems with his 2015 Glastonbury headlining performance. Listen to the interview above as he made a few interesting comments.

“People say, Kanye he’s so crazy, he’s this, he’s that. People call you crazy so much you start to believe it yourself”.

“People couldn’t give an F about how many cars you got any more. It’s about the way the music sounds, where you’re going, the experience you’re going to hanging out with your friends, the type clothes that you’re wearing – all of that’s art”.

“How about dreaming out loud? How about feeling that something can happen to make the world better and inspire people? Is that OK for one second?”

Related: DJ Cable Drops ‘The Best Of Kanye West’ Mix

DJ Cable Drops ‘The Best Of Kanye West’ Mix

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One of London’s finest turntablists DJ Cable has dropped his first mix from his “Best Of” mix series, kicking it off with “The Best Of Kanye West”. Over 60 minutes of Yeezy’s biggest records of all time! Stream or download below:

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01. Sway In The Morning Intro
02. Kanye West ft. T-Pain – Good Life
03. Kanye West – Through The Wire
04. Clipse ft. Kanye West – Kinda Like A Big Deal
05. Kanye West – Jesus Walks
06. Kanye West – School Spirit
07. Kanye West ft. Talib Kweli & Common – Get Em High
08. Kanye West ft. Dwele – Flashing Lights
09. Kanye West & JAY Z ft. Frank Ocean – No Church In The Wild
10. Kanye West ft. Jamie Foxx – Gold Digger
11. Kanye West ft. Rick Ross, JAY Z, Nicki Minaj & Bon Iver – Monster
12. Kanye West ft. Levine – Heard ‘Em Say
13. Slum Village ft. Kanye West & John Legend – Selfish
14. Kanye West & JAY Z – Otis
15. Kanye West, Rakim, Nas & KRS-One – Classic – DJ Premier Remix
16. Kanye West – Feedback
17. Kanye West – Champion
18. Consequence & Kanye West – 03’ Til Infinity Freestyle
19. Kanye Feat. Post Malone & Ty Dolla $ign – Fade
20. Kanye West – Stronger
21. Kanye West ft. Lupe Fiasco – Touch The Sky
22. Kanye West ft. Allan Kingdom & Theophilus London – All Day
23. Kanye West – Love Lockdown
24. Kanye West – Black Skinhead
25. Twista ft. Kanye West – Overnight Celebrity
26. Kanye West & JAY Z – N#ggas in Paris
27. Kanye West – All Of The Lights
28. Kanye West – New Slaves
29. Kanye West – Power
30. Kanye West – Can’t Tell Me Nothing
31. Rich Boy ft. Kanye West – Throw Some D’s Remix
32. Kanye West ft. Syleena Johnson – All Falls Down
33. Dilated Peoples ft. Kanye West – This Way
34. Kanye West ft. Kendrick Lamar – No More Parties In LA
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