19 June, 2013@2:52 am
One great thing about archiving all of the old HipHopSite.Com articles, interviews, and reviews, is going back and reading them years later. Here is an interview we conducted with Kanye West ten years ago, just before he released The College Dropout. Some of his philosophies have changed over the years, but he was largely the same man back then, as he is today.
In the interview, he blasts the media, corrects our interviewer, calls out both The Source and XXL, talks of his unreleased Little Brother collaborations, tells us of a new kid on his label named John Legend, trashes Royce Da 5’9, and more. It’s a good read.
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