If You Believe Kim’s Twitter Poll, Kanye’s Considering Some Terrible Album Names
Tanya Ray Fox 09:02 pm, February 01st, 2016
By now we've all gotten used to Kanye West and his wife Kim Kardashian publicly involving themselves in eachother's careers. Kanye's influence has "revolutionized" Kim's fashion sense and his iconic status within the hip hop community has exponentially expanded the reach of her brand; which of course is her career. And Kim and the rest of the Kardashians combined social media reach amounts to about one-third of the global population; something even the great Kanye West can't overlook as extremely useful.
Essentially, Kimye is celebrity blackhole. We are all slowly getting sucked into their universe of thigh-high leather boots, contouring and self-important pseudo-rap lyrics whether we want to or not. There is no escaping it.
Here's the latest reminder that this world is Saint and North West's inheritance and we are all merely renting space in it:
Okay let's start with the most obvious question which is, why the hell would he name his album any of those? And how is it possible that "Waves" is even a consideration. I mean "Swish" is pretty bad, but it's not nearly as bad as "Waves. Those first two options are clearly just Kanye trying to be meta, because they are not in keeping with the way he normally names his albums.
Apparently one of them might be a not-so-subtle jab at Wiz Khalifa, with whom he has an ongoing feud; the root of which is still a mystery to most of us. Even if that's the case, it seems beneath even West to name an album something so lame out of spite. "Waves" sounds like something a 15-year-old pop singer would release.
The least offensive of the three is "So Help Me God," but even still, I always got the impression that Kanye believed he himself was God. Is it just me or does it seem like he's refusing to stay on brand here?
The other issue with this tweet has nothing to do with Kim or Kanye, and that is the fact that it has been retweeted so much. Why are you retweeting this people? Do you think Kim needs your help with spreading the word? She has 39.8 million followers. I hate to burst your bubble but I'm pretty you're retweet is an unnecessary cog in that machine.
In any case, we all wait with baited breath for when Kanye inevitably names this album something totally different and much better than the dumb shit he had his wife make us vote on.
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