A Lyrical Analysis of Kanye West
Watching The Throne is an in-depth-yet-entertaining dive into the lyrics and narrative artistry of Kanye West's music. Hosts Travis and Chris go track by track through Ye's discography, revealing the narrative and poetic techniques he uses, tracking his growth as a storyteller, and illuminating the narratives behind his albums.
For Kanye fans, this might be the Ye-centric lyrical discussion you've been waiting for. For musicians and writers, this is practical insight into how one of the best storytellers in music history does what he does. Plus, there is a news show about Kanye, Kim, North, Saint, and Jay-Z. We look at the top 5 posts from Reddit's Kanye community, r/Kanye. And discuss other relevant Ye topics. And there's the interview series, My StorYe, where Travis and Chris interview people about their relationship with Kanye West.
In this episode of My StorYe - where Travis and Chris interview people…
Benji Hyer calls for British PM Theresa May to adapt and come to a Brexit solution before the March 2019 deadline.
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And the more you read about her, the more it becomes clear that the Shadow Foreign Secretary has certainly played her cards right. She is close to Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, and seen as an ally, without actually being a Corbynista herself, impressively staying out of all the party's far-Left controversial shenanigans.
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