Last night, New York’s Governors Ball Music Festival came to a close.
Amazingly, Kanye West headlined the night’s event. As fans continue to anticipate the June 18th release of his sixth studio album, Yeezus, Ye keeps dropping gems along the way, including last night’s performance of “On Site.”
Much like his performance on SNL a few weeks ago, Ye opened his set with “Black Skinhead” followed by “No New Slaves.” Sale signs showed on the screen behind him to further emphasize the theme.
During his set, he took it back with some older tracks including “Jesus Walks,” “Heartless,” “Flashing Lights,” “All of the Lights,” and more recent, “Clique. ”
In true Kanye fashion, he ended things with a rant.
In reponse to people wondering about the lack of singles from Yeezus, Ye answered with letting everyone know his stance. He said, “ain’t where I wanna be no more. I could give a f**k about selling a million records… I don’t really give a f**k about outside opinion.”