This was a treat: Kanye West went on BBC One's Zane Lowe program today and gave an interview that drove Lowe afterward to say, off-mike—at least from what I heard—"Oh my god, that was the most intense interview ever." It was absurdly far-reaching, touching the subjects of architecture, the paparazzi, and his creative limits. (Which he expressed in the head-scratcher of a quote, "I’ve reached a point in my life where my Truman Show boat has hit the painting.")
Below is video of part 1. For Yeezy fans, it's a must-watch. For everyone else, it's worth a hate-watch.
(Also: The Kanye voice change? It's real. We're going to reach Michael Jackson levels by 2015.)