Kanye West on Tuesday (February 25) was a guest and musical performer on the second episode of Late Night With Seth Meyers. And he used the platform to look back on his spectacular Yeezus tour, which just ended, and his decade of success by performing a career-spanning medley. For the performance, Ye did parts of seven songs, one from each of his albums (including Cruel Summer). In order, they were: “Jesus Walks,” “Touch The Sky,” “Stronger,” “Heartless,” “All Of The Lights,” “Mercy” and “Black Skinhead.”
As for the interview, West noted that he thought the tour was “really good.” “It’s sad when it’s over, you put so much into it and so many people are really excited to see it,” he told Meyers. “It’s fun to be able to express something you created.” West also noted that he’s back in the studio (but for the first time, as a father), and the two also reminisced about an old SNL sketch conceived by West that he co-wrote with Meyers.
Check out the performance up top, and watch the interview below.
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