Few things you see this week will be as interesting as this hour-long conversation between Zane Lowe and Rick Rubin. The two kick things off by talking about Rick's involvement in Kanye West's Yeezus album and the process that went into getting the album together. He said that with about five weeks to go before the release date, they were sitting on almost three hours of music, most of it with no vocals.

Along with talking about how they finished the album, Rubin talks about his admiration for Ye and his creative genius, calling him "the most consistent great artist right now." Rubin also details working with Eminem in the studio and says that Em is very critical of every detail that goes into his music.

The full interview can be seen above.

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