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This Video Uses 'The Office' Scenes To Perfectly Describe Kanye West's Albums
If you've ever wanted a video that uses scenes from the American adaptation of The Office to succinctly describe each and every album Kanye West has released, you're in luck.
Although it's unknown who created the two-minute long clip, Twitter account Kanye The Best shared it, with the video beginning with West's first album College Dropout and ending with his latest release, The Life of Pablo.
Each description is hilarious but some standouts include My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy (Michael's rant about "liking being liked" is too accurate), Yeezus (which features the memorable scene from "Stress Relief" where everyone is trying to escape a fire in the office caused by Dwight) and Pablo, which finds Michael contradicting himself as he claims "I knew exactly what to do but in a much more real sense I had no idea what to do."
Recently, two new West demos surfaced online. One demo, called "Liberated (FSMH DEMO)," features Kendrick Lamar rapping over a rough version of "Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1." The second leak, called "Don't Jump," features Lamar and West over a beat we haven't heard yet. The quality of the two recordings are shaky, making it clear that it's a copy of a copy.