Bringing a new segment to Viberant, every Thursday will be a throwback list, whether it’s 2016 or 1973, we’ll be looking at the best and worst of the past. First off, the top 10 albums of 2016.
This album was a bookmark moment in the history of hip-hop from the moment it was announced; having two massive artists like Jay Z and Kanye West come together for a full length album is a remarkable feat for the genre and it was sure to drive the whole brand forwards in the long run.
Our biggest project yet. Between the three co founders of Viberant, we voted for the top 100 Kanye West songs together, making a definitive list you can read below.
Kanye West, one of the most controversial people in the history of music, his Twitter may be gone at the moment but I’ll never forget what it was about, some of the craziest moments on Twitter came from Yeezy, and below are some of the best.
The dystopian world Kanye sees through his own eyes is illustrated gloriously on this album and helps us understand his frustrations and aggressions, it is probably why the album structure seems so bizarre and outlandish as it mixes without prior warning from harmonic choral vocals to ear-splitting avant-rap.