Jack Harlow on Kanye West: “I think he sees himself as Mozart or Beethoven”

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The Kentucky rapper said “people are going to remember West’s ‘Donda’ rollout” for years.

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Jack Harlow shares his thoughts on how Kanye West views himself and his music at this stage of his career.

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Speaking in a new interview, Harlow was asked about West’s “doom aesthetic,” referring to her current fashion choices and the cult energy surrounding her recent stadium celebrations to promote new album ‘Donda’.

“I think he sees himself as Mozart or Beethoven,” Harlow told GQ. “I think he’s worried, not about what it looks like now, but what it will look like in 100 years.”


The ‘What’s Poppin’ rapper continued: “Take what happened with Taylor Swift’s situation: At the time it was all pitchforks, but now people consider it iconic. I’m always thrilled to see what she does next . This ‘Donda’ roll-out, people will remember it for years.”

Elsewhere during the chat, Harlow revealed that he may soon be releasing some music with UK rapper Dave.

Harlow also revealed that she and UK rapper Dave have collaborated on some music. credit: press

“The first time we met in LA and then on our way back to London he flew to Atlanta and we went to the studio and worked on some stuff,” Harlow said. “I ordered him the Waffle House the first time…”

He continued: “Dave and I had a session in the studio but it’s open-ended. We kept in touch. I love his stuff because it’s really worrying, a lot like mine. A lot of rappers back home like this. are not.”

Earlier this week, Kanye West’s petition to legally change his name to his surname was approved in a Los Angeles court.


Back in August, the rapper and producer filed documents to change his full name — Kanye Omari West — to a surname.

According to tmz, West has now been granted his name change, meaning that he will be referred to simply as the One who moves on, and will no longer have a middle name.

Meanwhile, Harlow shared details of a phone call she had with Eminem, where the legendary rapper praised the rising Kentucky artist.

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