Kanye West might be a busy man, but he took time away from his day to give an aspiring artist his full attention.
In a clip obtained by the Daily Mail, Yeezy was out in Calabasas, California when he was stopped by a rapper. Instead of shrugging him off and continuing with his plans, Kanye actually stopped and let the artist do an impromptu performance of his song through a Bluetooth speaker.
Although the exchange is nearly inaudible, it is clear that Kanye was immediately intrigued by the song. As soon as the beat started, Ye began to bob his head to the rhythm. The artist was able to hold Kanye's attention for over four minutes. When he finished performing his track, the Jesus Is King artist gave him his contact information before continuing with his errands.
Ye is known for donating his time to people that show a passion for music. When Big Sean was still in high school, the rapper drove to a local Detroit radio station where he rapped for Kanye. This moved Ye enough that he ended up signing Sean to his G.O.O.D. Music imprint. Also, Yeezy helped rapper Cameron Grey make his debut album after being intrigued by a freestyle Grey spit for him in 2015.