He’s obviously a talent within our culture and is one of the driving forces of it, but some of that shit is weird to me. That last record [Yeezus], to be honest, I’m not playing it right now. I still play "Flashing Lights," "Gold Digger" and that whole College Dropout project. But some of the new stuff is so creative and feels like he’s trying to create a whole new sound. It sounds scrambled, radio is going to play dance music, EDM—you got a lot of stuff happening in music culture that’s influencing a lot of R&B music to that tempo. It doesn’t feel like hip-hop to me, it feels like a fusion of something else, like a weird combination of dance music sounds and stuff.