(AllHipHop News) Kanye West's life is pretty much like a movie. Every move the rapper/producer makes becomes instant news across the internet. Whether it's dropping masterful music, delivering one of his classic rants, calling out a sitting president on national television, or tweeting two simple words, the lights are always on Kanye.
With over a decade of experience in the game immeasurable amounts of video footage of Mr. West exists. One Yeezy super-fan reflected on the now legendary career of the Chicago emcee by compiling some of those moments into one 45-minute documentary.
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James Workman's Where The Lonely Kids Go When The Bell Rings explores Kanye West in his own words. Workman crafts a nice remainder of the journey of Kanye through past interviews, performances, and videos.
Workman posted the doc on the Kanye To The fan forum with the following statement:
Mt [sic] first intention was to make like a 10 minute video with Kanye quotes and such, but I had so much material so I decided to make it a tad longer. The closest I could get to a real documentary. (We really need one in all honesty).
My goal was to capture something from every solo album, and the video is basically chronological. Starting with CD and ending with MBDTF.
I entitled it Where The Lonely Kids Go When The Bell Rings (I know that’s not the actual line in Eyes Closed), because I feel like that sums up Kanye’s career – The outsider. The misunderstood genius.
This took me 5000 hours to make so please be kind…
Go back down memory lane with Where The Lonely Kids Go When The Bell Ring below.
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