Who says Kanye West is full of himself? The Chicago rapper, artist and fashion designer lent his iconic presence and music to Bono’s (RED) foundation at a performance in Times Square, New York. West ran through a series of hits that included “Power,” “Jesus Walks,” “Black Skinhead,” “Stronger” and “Touch The Sky.” The whole thing magically occurred within ten minutes and there wasn’t a moment where you wouldn’t expect Yeezy to be anything but dramatic.
U2 also happened to perform that night without the injured Bono. But replacing him was Bruce Springsteen and Chris Martin
Watch West’s brief, yet energetic performance below:
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