''I care about innovating. I don't care about capitalizing off of something that we've seen or heard a thousand times'' Kanye writes in Paper Magazine
Kanye West wants to make sure you understand who he is and what he stands for in his new essay with Paper Magazine.
The 'Good Life' rapper went on to call him self an 'innovator' who loves music and has given his all to that effect and so much more.
While denying his involvement with the adage secret society called Illuminati, the husband to reality star, Kim Kardashian says musicians are celebrities who give their lives, hearts and opinions for the course yet are being labeled with negativity by the same fans.
Kanye insists that he doesn't consider himself a true musician, but rather an 'innovator.
"Graduation was an innovation. 808s & Heartbreak was an innovation. The song 'N****s in Paris' was an innovation. 'Only One' was an innovation. 'FourFiveSeconds' was an innovation. I care about innovating. I don't care about capitalizing off of something that we've seen or heard a thousand times. I'm not a capitalist in that way. I'm an innovator. That's my job," Kanye declared.
He then added: "I like two things: I like innovating and I like making things better. It's not that I always have to invent things that are new. Sometimes I can take something that's there and attempt to make a better version and that's what gets me off."
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