Whether playing to a crowd of 500 or 5,000 people, one can be sure Kanye West will deliver a memorable show.
Yesterday (Wednesday, Oct. 24), ‘Ye performed an hour-long set at the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note II at New York City’s Skylight at Moynihan Station.
In an all black ‘fit and signature gold chains, Kanye West kicked off the special performance with “Cruel Summer” single, “New God Flow.” He blazed through his bottomless discography, hyping the crowd with hits from his first studio album, “The College Dropout” (“All Fall Down,” “Jesus Walks”) to his most recent project, G.O.O.D. Music collaborative album, “Cruel Summer” (“Mercy,” “Clique”).
French Montana, T.I., Kid Cudi, Meek Mill, Jennifer Hudson and more of ‘Ye’s VIP friends were in attendance.
Aside from the expected, emotionally honest freestyle after “Runaway,” which he’s performed at past shows, Mr. West spit a few bars of a lady friend at the tail end of “Say You Will.”
Before closing the show with G.O.O.D. Music’s most recent single, “Clique,” Kanye surprised fans when bringing out 2 Chainz to perform his own hit, “Birthday Song.”