Kanye West Gets Literary Treatment In New Textbook
Kanye West has schooled cities across the country in bars, Yeezusism, rants, design and then some but now his intellect will be etched into a new textbook.
Julius Bailey, a professor in the Department of Philosophy at Wittenberg University, is dropping The Cultural Impact of Kanye West on March 6th.
Bailey, like his subject, is a fellow Chicagoan and through his book "offers an in-depth reading of the works and cultural impact of Kanye West."
According to its Amazon listing, the 300-page opus will ring in at $95 (though you can pre-order for $80 and change), funds well spent for those looking to learn "West's words, images, and music in the broader context of Western civilization's preconceived ideas."