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Yeezus is the sixth studio album by American rapper Kanye West. It was released on June 18, 2013, by Def Jam Recordings. West gathered a number of artists and close collaborators for production on the album, including Mike Dean, Daft Punk, Noah Goldstein, Arca, Hudson Mohawke, and Travis Scott. Yeezus also features guest vocals from Justin Vernon, Chief Keef, Kid Cudi, Assassin, King L, Charlie Wilson and Frank Ocean. Fifteen days before its release date, West enlisted the help of producer Rick Rubin to strip down the record's sound in favor of a more minimalist approach.

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In his new album, "Yeezus", Kanye expresses the incoherence of blackness which Frantz Fanon describes as a constituent element of the black experience. According to Fanon, the black man is a toy in the hands of the white man. And in rage, he explodes. Kanye in a sense explodes. In his song, "New Slaves", he elucidates that though he enjoys a luxurious lifestyle, he is still essentially owned by the white man as he manifests in his white media executive bosses, manager, publishers, and media outputs that advertise Kanye. Throughout the centuries, though black people have "advanced" in society, slavery has been a constituent element of their identity only showing up in different forms. The second track, "Black Skinhead" portrays his rage against the society that enslaves and incarcerates black people through the "DEA teamed up with the CCA" and that murders black folks through police brutality and extrajudicial killings (refer to: Finally, in the third track, "I Am a God", Kanye uses this rage to create his inner "God", the blackened version of an, otherwise, anti-black world that Fanon describes

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Kanye discreetly spread the news of his new single, "New Slaves" for his sixth production album, "Yeezus" by posting the airings locations and times on his official website, The projections were aired from a truck that drove around stopped for the airing. "New Slaves" shows many of Kanye's older themes such as his talk of his mother, slavery, corporate control and the obsession with materialism.

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