Quotes about Kanye West

Quotes about Kanye West by James McBride, Candace Owens, Josh Tillman, Spencer Paysinger, Jon Bellion, Alex Wagner and many others.

When you study history in American schools, very rarely

When you study history in American schools, very rarely is the name John Brown mentioned. We know who Kanye West is or Twyla Tharp or Shania Twain.
James McBride
If you look at things historically, Kanye West has really represented the battering ram against political correctness.
Candace Owens
I think Kanye West is a hilarious writer.
Josh Tillman
I’ve seen Jay-Z and Kanye West. I’ve seen actors like Tom Hanks and Nicholas Cage.
Spencer Paysinger
I loved everything, but it was Kanye West who really changed everything for me.
Jon Bellion
In DC, it’s really edgy to listen to Kanye West or Jay-Z, and it’s a thing to know who Azzedine Alaia is – you know what I mean? But I do care about issues, and I was really political in high school, always marching.
Alex Wagner
I always make fun of Kanye West.
Ivan Moody
My musical tastes go from Zeppelin to Bob Dylan to Kanye West and Lil’ Wayne. Anything modern and progressive.
Josh Hartnett
I had an advantage because people would post me on blogs because I had co-signs from Kanye West, Def Jam, and G.O.O.D. Music. Everything I put out, the blogs would put up. When I realized that, I used that to my advantage and helped build my following on my own.
Big Sean
Look at Daft Punk and Kanye West. The song ‘Stronger’ was inspired by a Daft tune. Once the hip-hop scene opens up to all the great music that came out of dance, it will continue to spread to the more mainstream audience.
Little Louie Vega
Like, I always knew I wanted a Kanye West feature and a Jay-Z feature. I knew that starting in the game when it wasn’t even realistic to happen. I already knew who I wanted to do records with.
Yo Gotti
I really want to work with Rufus Wainwright. Michael Stipe from R.E.M. I would love to work with Kanye West.
Rico Love
Kanye West does not represent all black people.
Charlamagne tha God
Long before Donald Trump came down the escalator, Kanye West was public enemy No. 1 for simply trying to tell the truth to people about things that were going on, so I’m unsurprised that he supports me and my ideas and me just thinking freely.
Candace Owens
I am behind Kanye West for American President 100 per cent.
Katherine Ryan
The word we have in Korea for K-Pop is ‘Gaio.’ And I guess it’s a huge umbrella term. Basically it’s like saying Coldplay and Kanye West, or Eminem and Celine Dion, are the same genre.
Can you ever imagine yourself in a situation like Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie or Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, where the world feels like they have a stake in your private life? I would never want it.
Amber Heard