3. Ye's already beyond hip-hop, but Yeezus is the album the average rap head will feel the least connection to. In a Rolling Stone interview, Thomas Bangalter from Daft Punk said he'd heard some tracks early and that Kanye "was rapping - kind of screaming primarily." Correct. It's Yeezy being a rock god.
4. The album does have dark vibe with few moments of sunshine, but it won’t make you want to cuddle up in a corner and drown in your sorrows.
5. It was tough to filter through the noise and listen to the actual raps and lyrics (He had a line about him speaking "swag-ili"). Then again, it was played SO loud that our bodies might as well have been speakers. It really was all about the sound.