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Kanye West Glastonbury (Full Set)

Within the last few months, 130,000 people petitioned at Kanye West’s headlining appearance for Glastonbury (for some crazy reason) and Glastonbury stood strong. Kanye performed as planned and, as you can see below in full, brought the house down. Critics received the 30-song (!) performance well too, according to Complex, and naturally the set had its wide array of moments.

I like how Kanye started with “Stronger” and closed with “All Falls Down” — both different choices than I can remember recently. Bon Iver joined ‘Ye on stage for “Lost In The World”. And Kanye even performed some “Bohemian Rhapsody”, which was very well-received (I woulda been singing along too. That clip is separate below.)

If you’re in Lazy Sunday mode, fire up the rip of the live stream below and enjoy Kanye’s new set, outfits, (oh yeah! him performing from a crane!), and gawk at the newly revealed Yeezy Boost Low “Black” edition.



BONUS: Here’s a separate clip of Ye getting hype to a new song of his, perhaps titled “Came To Be”. Sounds dope so far. Is that Charlie Wilson on the ad-libs?


A video posted by Ebro Darden (@ebroski) on


Kanye West Glastonbury Setlist:

Niggas in Paris
Black Skinhead
All Day Cold
I Don’t Like Mercy
New Slaves
Blood on the Leaves
I Wonder
Lost in the World
Hold My Liquor
No Church in the Wild
Jesus Walks
Diamonds from Sierra Leone
Bound 2
Only One
Touch the Sky
All of the Lights
Good Life
Bohemian Rhapsody
Can’t Tell Me Nothing
Gold Digger
All Falls Down


Queen & Michael Jackson “There Must Be More To Life Than This”

Wait, Queen and MJ?!

I said that out loud as “There Must Be More To Life Than This” has hit the interwebs — a new, official record for Queen’s upcoming album, Queen Forever, and made even more official as Queen & Michael Jackson worked on this song 33 years ago. Madonna’s “Ray of Light” producer, William Orbit, put on the final polish for the song that certainly has a legendary aura about it from the first moment you press play. Enjoy below.

h/t Oyster Mag