Kanye West Comes Home in Second 'Watch the Throne' Voyr Video

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Kanye West has always been an open book, but now, through a partnership with Voyr, the rapper is presenting an even closer look at what he's really like. Through Voyr, which gives fans access to exclusive video content, West has given a behind-the-scenes look of his Watch The Throne tour with Jay-Z.

In the first sneak peek, released on Dec. 1, Kanye talks about the legacy that he wants to leave. "People who I want to be at my funeral? I want to have world leaders that were affected. That said 'Kanye gave me my shot here' or 'He pushed me or told me to believe in myself' or 'When I saw this, it made me feel like that,'" he says. "I want to affect people like that when I pass away."

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Speaking on his personal expectations: "If people have done things before, you should be able to surpass them. It's like, I'm on a pursuit of awesomeness. Excellence is the bare minimum," he says.

In the second installment, Kanye comes home to Chicago, where we learn a little about his first interaction with art as well as his childhood home.

While these first two videos are free, it's still unknown when the previews will end. The Watch The Throne tour continues Wednesday night (Dec. 14) in San Jose, Calif.