Last night, Kanye West graced the stage at Madison Square Garden as part of the fourth and final New York City stop of the Yeezus tour. Kanye has been on the road since late October when the tour kicked off in Seattle and he'll keep at it until late December with things wrapping up in Toronto. But NYC is always special.

It's special good and special bad. New York audiences are famously jaded. There's a lot of people that see a lot of shows. And, also, a higher premium on being "cool" and hard-to-impress. Relatedly, there's a media at the shows—people with bigger writing/tweeting/filming/Instagraming. So in this way, it can make a NYC show seem like a bigger deal than it is when an artist plays somewhere else. The thing is, with the stakes raised, when an artist comes through and knocks everybody's socks off—everybody super-cool, surely black, New York City socks—it is a bigger deal.

Complex was in the building for all four shows—different staffers different nights. So we got together to recall and share our different Yeezus experiences. There's a lot to be said, but here's the main takeaway: If you're thinking about buying tickets, but are worried about the price, just do it. You won't regret spending the money, you'll only regret not going. This show is worth it. Find out why...

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