On Thursday, Kanye West sat down for another interview with Zane Lowe on Beats 1. The troubled release of Yeezy's Jesus Is King is, assumedly, right around the corner, and Lowe went to Wyoming to discuss the record. Scheduled to drop on Oct. 25, the release was pushed from its original September date. The anticipation for fans will finally pay off on Friday, however.
The duo covered what went into the decisions behind Jesus Is King, which is heavily inspired by his newfound committment to Christianity. Prior to the release of the record, 'Ye revealed that he won't be making secular music anymore, and speaking with Lowe he explored that idea further. He also discussed his porn addiction, his land he owns in Wyoming, his beef with Drake, mental health, Louis Vuitton, and his ongoing Sunday Service series.
One of the subjects tackled was why he almost stopped rapping entirely, explaining that he "didn't know how to rap for God" until No Malice of Clipse, who is on Jesus Is King alongside Pusha-T, helped him out.
Here's everything we learned from the lengthy two-hour interview.