Music that boldly and aggressively laid out what the singer wanted, loved, hated — as good rock ’n’ roll did — challenged me to do the same, and so, even when the content was antiwoman, antisexual, in a sense anti­human, the form encouraged my struggle for liberation.

Feels like fate that I read this part of Out of the Vinyl Deeps the morning before listening to Yeezus for the first time.

Recommended Kanye prerequisite.

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