ye - Kanye West

ye

Kanye West

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2018-06-01
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 7

  • ℗ 2018 Getting Out Our Dreams II, LLC Distributed By Def Jam, A Division of UMG Recordi

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
I Thought About Killing You Kanye West 4:34 USD 1.29
2
Yikes Kanye West 3:08 USD 1.29
3
All Mine Kanye West 2:25 USD 1.29
4
Wouldn't Leave (feat. PARTYNEX Kanye West 3:25 USD 1.29
5
No Mistakes Kanye West 2:03 USD 1.29
6
Ghost Town (feat. PARTYNEXTDOO Kanye West 4:31 USD 1.29
7
Violent Crimes Kanye West 3:35 USD 1.29

Reviews

  • yyeyeeee

    5
    By Weekndsky
    yyyeeesssss
  • NubbyJ24

    5
    By NubbyJ24
    Awesome Album! Keep up your work of amazement Kanye West!
  • Straight Fire

    5
    By JackVeed17
    Kanye has done it again with the fire projects, this album is older but it’s super fire and slaps.
  • Solo for an EP, not for an album

    3
    By Severian14
    There’s really not much not to like about “Ye.” The songs are solid, catchy and occasionally brilliant (“Ghost Town”). Not one of them is garbage, or would even qualify as filler on a full-length album. However, when all you have are these 7 songs, and nothing drastically new or different sonically going on at any point in this release, it’s hard not to see it as a low point for an artist like Kanye, who has made more classic albums than any of his peers, and who has changed the face of music with each album since 2004. This is the first time a Kanye album has felt like it should have been a handful of singles released throughout the year, rather than an entry in his otherwise perfect discography. While “Kids See Ghosts” and “Daytona” both manage to feel essential and vital even at their extremely abbreviated lengths, “Ye” feels thrown together and almost unnecessary. It’s still better than 90% of the hip-hop music you’ll hear (“No Mistake” bounces with an almost Graduation-esque effervescence, and “I Thought About Killing You” is a chilling, compelling oddball confessional that resolves into an undeniable thumper), this record simply cant stand alongside full-length albums — especially 2016’s chaotically masterful TLOP — without paling in comparison.
  • Masterpiece

    5
    By Itsyaboy1324
    Really tho
  • Wow

    5
    By Yung Mexiking
    It’s amazing it shows ye at his most vulnerable, ghost town and wouldn’t leave are easily the best tracks
  • Absolutely not.

    1
    By Niall's baby girl ;)
    Kanye is a terrible person, how is he famous?
  • Not good

    1
    By PowerManSpekk
    This is not the ye I used to listen to
  • 🔥🔥🔥

    5
    By Jschs
    too 10 albums of the year
  • When Did Public Opinion Become Art Appreciation

    5
    By Disappointed Longtime Djay Fan
    This is a really good album, especailly when you stand it up against so much garbage that is being put out under the terms as popular rap music. Do yourself a favor, and disregard the public opinon about Kanye, and just close your eyes and listen to his evolvement and creative voice on Ye as a mainstream Hip-Hop artist. He truly is one of the greatest artist to ever do it. Ye proves that. That is, if you get past the public's opinion about him...

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