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American producer, rapper and designer

   Wife –  Kim Kardashian 

   Son — Ray West’s , Donda 

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   West married to –Kim Kardashian (2014-present) 

   Born- june 8, 1977, 

   Birth Place-  Atlanta, Georgia, US)


Kanye West net worth

180 crores USD

 Kanye West Age

 44 years 

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 Kanye West stands at 5 feet 8 inches. The rapper and fashion designer is shorter than some fans may expect

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      Kanye West, legal name Yeh, (born June 8, 1977, Atlanta, Georgia, US), American producer, rapper, and fashion designer who had a popular, critically acclaimed career in the late 1990s and early 2000s Praised its production success. solo artist.

      West’s father was a photographer who had previously been Black Panther. His mother was a professor. He was raised in Chicago. He was a student of Chicago State University before making music his career, but left the university after a year. He initially demonstrated his considerable abilities as a producer, contributing to Jermaine Dupri’s album Life in 1472 (1998) before relocating to the New York City area, where he worked exclusively for Rock-a-Fella Records. Rapper Jay-Z’s album Blueprint (2001). West’s skillful use of quick sample-based beats soon earned him much demand as a producer, but he struggled to allow him to make his own recordings (partly due to the perception that his middle-class background allowed him to denied credibility as a rapper). When he eventually released his first solo album, The College Dropout (2004), it was a massive success: sales soared, and critics emphasized its sonic sophistication and clever wordplay, with lyrics over-ridiculous, convincing. , was a mixture of insight and political awareness. 

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      Impressed by his flamboyant personality, West quickly rose to stardom. His second album, Late Registration (2005), repeated his earlier commercial success – with several hit singles, including “Diamonds from Sierra Leone” and “Gold Digger” – and earned West three more Grammy Awards. He also drew attention for his widely cited claim that the federal government’s slow response to the Hurricane Katrina disaster in New Orleans in 2005 demonstrated that the U.S. President. George W. Bush “doesn’t care about black people”—a comment that Bush later described as one of the worst moments of his presidency.


       As his career as an artist progressed, West continued to work as a producer, producing songs for high-profile artists such as Nas, Mariah Carey, and Beyoncé. He also founded the record label GOOD Music. His third release, Graduation (2007), produced the hit singles “Good Life” and “Stronger” and earned him four more Grammy Awards. In 2008 West released 808 and Heartbreak, an album based on feelings of personal loss and regret. Its sound was radically different from that of his previous releases, as West chose to sing (with the aid of a vocal production tool called Auto-Tune) instead of rapping his own songs.

      West spent a lot of time restoring his image in late 2009. She took to the stage at the MTV Video Music Awards, ahead of Taylor Swift’s acceptance speech for Best Female Video, to declare that “Beyoncé had one of the best videos ever.” The video of the incident went viral on social media with great speed, resulting in Vs in the media. West continued to apologize to fans via Twitter.

     The brutality that caused him such trouble in 2009 made a triumphant return to music the following year with My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, a monumentally complex exploration of the nature of success and celebrity. With powerful rhymes that were equal parts boastful and self-effacing, instruments that ranged from tribal drums to soaring orchestral accompaniment, and a list of guest artists that included Jay-Z, Rihanna, Kid Cudi and Chris Rock, the album It represented some of the West’s most ambitious works, and was rewarded with a trio of Grammys. He followed it up with Watch the Throne (2011), a Billboard chart-topping collaboration with Jay-Z that included the Grammy-winning singles “Otis,” “Niggas in Paris,” and “No Church in the Wild.”

      In 2012 West presented Cruel Summer, a compilation album featuring him and some artists signed to his GOOD Music label. A year later, on Yeezus (2013), West continued to explore the dark corners of his psyche, sometimes filtering his comments through the provocative lens of racial politics, such as “New Slaves”. In contrast to the extravagance of his previous solo efforts, the album found him rapping on jagged minimalist arrangements for house and industrial music and embellished with additional samples of soul and dancehall singers. Its most successful single was “Bound 2”, as The album’s most successful single was “Bound 2”, as its music video also featured West’s then-girlfriend and famed reality-television star Kim Kardashian. West and Kim Kardashian married in 2014. After living together for 7 years, both of them got divorced in 2021.

     In February 2015, West collaborated with German apparel company Adidas to unveil the first “season” or collection of its long-awaited fashion line, YEEZY. YEEZY Season 1 includes men’s and women’s streetwear, including oversized sweaters, military- and surplus-inspired jackets, sneakers, boots, and more.

     West’s fashion work continued until the release of her eighth studio album, The Life of Pablo (2016); In fact, he debuted the track from the album at his showcase of YEEZY Season 3 in New York’s Madison Square Garden. The gospel-tinged album further showcased West’s inventiveness as a producer, but critics found it unsatisfying. Furthermore, the work was somewhat capped due to the unconventional circumstances of its release; After making the initial version of the album available online, West continued to experiment with it in the studio, calling it a “breath-changing creative expression of living”.

     West was involuntarily quiet for several months before re-emerging in a provocative manner on social media in April 2018. He specifically defended a statement made in a television interview suggesting that African American slaves cooperated in their enslavement. Later that year he released Chaotic and Unrest Tu, at which point he announced that he was bipolar. Kids See Ghosts, a collaboration with rapper Kid Cudi, came soon after. Like yours, it focused on mental health but to much better effect; Intense and creepy, the album was widely seen as more interesting and rewarding than West’s solo effort. His next release, Jesus Is King, was a gospel album that reflected his commitment to Christianity; It later won a Grammy for Best Contemporary Christian Music Album. West remained involved in fashion during this time, and YEEZY Season 6 and Season 7 were released in 2018 and 2019 respectively, although neither was shown at New York Fashion Week.

    Less than four months before the election (in July 2020), he announced that he would be running for president (as a member of the Birthday Party). He campaigned little, but he did release a platform that specifically called for reforming the police and legal system, reducing student loans, and praying in schools. Republican President. Donald Trump and his followers backed West’s candidacy, believing he could turn some voters away from Democratic nominee Joe Biden, who was expected to be an incredibly close election. However, the West ultimately garnered only 0.04 percent of the national vote, which was not enough to have any effect on the result. His 10th studio album, Donda, was released in 2021, featuring collaborations with artists such as JAY-Z and The Weeknd. Kanye West officially changed his name to Yeh later that year.

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