The story of Kanye West will inspire and entertain you. Witness how this Chicago native made his mark in Hip Hop, in just a few short years. He has produced for Jay-Z, Nas, DMX, Brandy, Alicia Keyes...
Nick Cannon & celebrity guest Kanye West lead 2 teams of comedians in an all-out comedy battle with a hip-hop twist.
Sure, Kayne West's lyrics are clever. But is he funny? Check out this episode and see if Kayne's skills on the mic translate to freestyle comedy in "The Hating Game," "Tore Up from the Floor Up" and "Unhappily Ever After."
Dave broadcasts the World Series of Dice and spends another moment in the life of Lil' John; musical performance by Common & Kanye West.
Kim flies her family out to Miami for a charity event--which she bails on when Kanye West comes to town!
In the season eight premiere, Kim Kardashian learns the gender of her baby with boyfriend Kanye West.
Aaron Reid is no ordinary teenager.he's the son of super producer L.A. Reid and his party is off the hook, including shows by Kanye West and a drop in by P-Diddy.
Carlos takes on Kanye West and his ego, hits the streets to see if it’s harder out there for women or men, and introduces us to some lady dancers who are big on moves and in a lot of other ways too.
Aaron Reid is no ordinary teenager…he's the son of super producer L.A. Reid and his party is off the hook, including shows by Kanye West and a drop in by P-Diddy.
Tony Rock resolves age-old questions such as where white people are made, why marijuana should be legalized and who told Kanye West to interrupt Taylor Swift during the VMA's.
Dave reveals sketches that were too wrong for TV, including a visit to Nelson Mandela's bootcamp for teens and a world where everyone is gay; musical performance by Kanye West & Mos Def.
Kanye West in a fairytale.
Anybody can bust on celebrities behind their backs. Only Nick Cannon and the comics of Nick Cannon Presents: Wild 'N Out can do it to their face. At the new home of sketch and freestyle comedy, Nick, DJ D-Wrek and a regular troupe of comics bring the street to the stage for this all-out comic throwdown. From Kanye West, Method Man, Ying Yang Twins and Orlando Jones, to Omarion, Christina Milian and Kenan Thompson, nobody's safe on Wild 'N Out (including the live audience). Packed with 10 episodes of sketch comedy, improv games, freestyle comic face-offs, this is what it means to be Wild 'N Out.
"What happened to you last night?" "Umm...I don’t know." "Where did you go? We waited for you for a while?" "I don't know...I don’t really want to talk about it." "Where did you end up?" "F***! I said I didn't want to talk about it.... My head hurts. I'm gonna go lay down. I'll call you tomorrow." In December of 2008, Kanye West sent Spike Jonze his song See You In My Nightmares from 808s and Heartbreaks. They’d been talking for quite awhile about working on a project together, and it was finally a good time for both of them. Spike wrote a story for the song, working off of the raw feeling of 808s and Heartbreak. He suggested they do it as a short film, which would free them up creatively, and Kanye agreed. Spike, knowing Kanye’s level of commitment, cast him as the lead character – a pathetic, sad drunk in a club. Spike wanted to get a raw, shameless performance, and Kanye went for it, wholeheartedly. They filmed it over the course of two days at a club in West Hollywood, with a very low budget and a skeleton crew. It became an experimental short film for them. Spike says, “Our idea was just to see if we could make a short film, pay for it ourselves, put it on iTunes, and see what happens.”
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