Also interesting, I had no idea you liked that record so much. I like Yeezus fine, but definitely not more than MBDTF. Then again, MBDTF is my favorite record of his by a mile, so I guess that's not surprising.
My 2010 album of the year was Chad Perrone, AKA other Chris's man crush.
See here's the thing with Yeezus: I heard it in full like probably fifteen to twenty times a week this summer and by the time the fall rolled around and I picked things back up here I was a tad over-saturated with it or whatever--especially since I wasn't able to listen to a ton of other new music when I was in NM. But in the months since I've realized that it's fucking impressively flawless. In a catalog of unique records that near or attain perfection, none of his others try more ridiculous shit, none pull it off as well, and its his tightest and most forceful record. Plus I think it's the actualization of his new post-808s persona even more so than MBDTF. That record introduced us to the new Kanye who's conquering the world...but with Yeezus he's already a successful conqueror and all he has to do is "show ya how much I don't give a fuck." Plus I love how he embraced electronic music and trap and stuff, and I mean my god where else are you gonna hear Chief Keef and Justin Vernon on the same track? I think it is indeed his Nebraska as he's said, but in Kanye's case his Nebraska interests me more than his Born to Run-era [LR and Graduation]. That and it's the most socially conscious record of his since his debut. Sorry for the rant haha, just been thinking about Yeezus a lot the last few weeks
Ohhhh duh. Yeah I know who he is, just didn't know he'd put one out this decade. He's alright, I prefer his stuff with Averi or whatever more. The record with the green cover is great, blanking on the name.