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Sunday, May 8th, 'Ye dropped a cool video for his song, "Life Of The Party" off of his Donda Deluxe album. The video uses old photos of Yeezy, that were animated to the lyrics. Kind of similar to those apps that animate your photos, but cooler because it's Kanye.

The only thing missing is 3 Stacks. It would have been dope to see some old photos of Andre 3000 animated to his lyrics as well. But still, pretty cool video. Check it out below!

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Westside Chicagoan, Joe Freshgoods (@joefreshgoods) is hitting us again with another New Balance collab! I guess it's safe to say that they like him over there and he's going to be in the NB family for a long time.

This time around, he follows the 990v2 up with a pair of lemony 550's! It looks like there might be another 990, but we're not clear on that yet. But for this upcoming 550, he dropped a hilariously perfect visual for his Conversations Amongst Us collection called "The Nod", featuring top 75 NBA star, Kawaii Leonard of the LA Clippers as well as Essie Golden (@essiegolden)

Joe says that this is "a visual representation of an idea I had about the dynamic of black men, non-verbal communication and the nonchalant head-nod." This visual displays that perfectly. Check it out below.

-Video courtesy of @joefreshgood's IG post. He did not give this to us. LOL

Light Skinned Tae

Owner of Afresh Culture

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Updated: Apr 5, 2022

Kanye West has mercifully kept from the public eye since his Instagram suspension and it looks like he's keen on remaining low-key by dropping from Coachella 2022, which he was supposed to headline.

According to TMZ, a source close to Kanye announced that the rapper was dropping from Coachella lineup on April 4 without citing a particular reason, less than two weeks before the festival began on April 15.

One has to assume that it's related to the buffoonery he incited on Instagram, which got him bumped from the platform for 24 hours.

Technically, the shenanigans kicked off in February when Kanye publicly battled with ex-wife Kim.

West's harassment then extended to peers like fellow Coachella headliner Billie Eilish, whom Ye inexplicably demanded an apology from over an imagined slight before he confirmed his own Coachella attendance.

Eilish didn't apologize (nor did she need to) but everything seemed to be forgotten in the explosion of manufactured drama that ensued.

Or maybe not, given Ye's sudden departure from Coachella. Or, at least, presumed cancellation — he's still listed on the Coachella lineup's websiteas of April 5.

It's worth pondering whether Kanye's cancelation (I thought West was cancelling cancel culture, not concert dates) had anything to do with his surprise Coachella guest.

According to the same source who revealed that Kanye was dropping from Coachella, Kanye was planning to bring disgraced pal Travis Scotton-stage, who had previously been booted from Coachella following 2021's Astroworld disaster.

Scott, whom Ye has been hanging out with even before DONDA 2 dropped in February, has been attempting to paper over his tarnished image with Project HEAL, a charitable initiative in line with comparable mea culpas trotted out by celebs in hot water.

But Scott wasn't exactly keeping a low public profile, even after the birth of his son with Kylie Jenner: Scott was all over the Super Bowl 2022 afterparties and even held an impromptu performance before the 2022 Oscars, his first since Astroworld.

Ye's Coachella performance would've catapulted Scott back into the spotlight as if last year's catastrophe had never happened. Turns out, you really can't keep a good millionaire down.

Amazingly, Kanye has demonstrated complete restraint in the interim, avoiding social media entirely since his suspension.

It's almost as if he could've done this the whole time, instead of pointlessly stirring up trouble. Really makes you think.

Jake SilbertNews Editor SIGN UP TO NEVER MISS A DROP

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