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Kanye West’s Trilogy series 

I know this might be a strange place to be posting this, but I’ve been watching Kanye West’s new Netflix series jeen-yuhs and quite enjoying it. Maybe it’s just a biopic, but it’s a biopic made by someone who had the presence of mind and sufficient belief in himself to actually do it. With that in mind, it’s pretty powerful stuff and I think there’s a lot worse things one can do with their time than spending a few hours checking it out. Recommended.
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RE: Kanye West’s Trilogy series (in reply to RobF

Only watched first episode. I found it amusing how they fight over who taught who how to “create” beats. . Loved old rap going back to nucleus run DMC etc, even beastie boys….but since then I don’t understand what the impressive thing is. The rhythms they do are not amazing, some things don’t even rhyme. Anyway the most impressive thing was Kanye’s mom…she seemed like good peeps.


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RE: Kanye West’s Trilogy series (in reply to Ricardo

Might watch it, but honestly I don't find anything he has done since Golddigger remotely interesting.
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RE: Kanye West’s Trilogy series (in reply to mrstwinkle

What I found interesting about it was he had the chutzpah to retain a cameraman to film him as he negotiated his way into getting his first release done. That and that the cameraman/narrator believed in him enough to actually do it. I mean, if you take the music out of it (I still think his early stuff was quite brilliant on a number of levels but I haven’t really followed the later stuff) it’s a story about The American Dream. Beyond having brass balls and an unflagging belief in himself, he comes across as a very likeable and sympathetic character and I found myself rooting for him as he made his climb.

I haven’t seen the third episode yet, but I quite enjoyed the first two. The narrator does a great job of telling the story and, yeah, it’s nice to see how much he respected and deferred to his mom.
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