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27 août 2011

Kanye West devient une comédie musicale

Deux étudiants ont eu un doux rêve, s’inspirer très largement de la vie de Kanye West pour en faire une comédie musicale sobrement intitulée Kanye: The Musical.

Ces deux étudiants australiens, Phillip Roser et Damien Higginbotham, vont aller au bout de ce rêve puisque la première représentation de leur comédie musicale sera donnée le lundi 5 septembre au Cellar Theater de Sydney

Ce seront eux qui auront la difficile mais si motivante tâche de jouer les personnes importants de la vie de Yeezy.


Du rappeur lui-même à sa maman disparue, Donda West.

C'est donc aussi une performance de comédien que les deux jeunes étudiants vont proposer aux spectateurs qui auront débourser entre 3 et 6 dollars australiens.

Une belle initiative, accessible, qui pourrait donner des idées au collègue de Kanye West, un certain Jay-Z qui a connu un joli succès à Broadway avec Fela!.

Enjoy le programme de cette comédie musicale qui aura 3 représentations et dont voici la page Facebook !!!



“A Big, Bright, Shining Star”—Big opening number, sung by Donda West upon her son Kanye’s birth.
“If Only I Could Be”—Young Kanye sees an early concert from Jay-Z, and instantly figures out exactly who and what wants to be.
“Straighten Up, Fly Right”—Sung by the Dean of Chicago State University, trying to tell an unmoved Kanye how to live his life.
“What You Want From Me, Huh?”—Kanye grows frustrated with his struggles in the music biz, and haters trying to tell him to give it up.
“The Night Chicago Lived”—Kanye finally gets to meet his idol, with Jay-Z accepting one of ‘Yeezy’s beats for his Blueprint album. Ends with a hint of the opening strains of “Izzo (H.O.V.A.).”
“Rappers on My Dick”—Kanye’s career blows up, with hip-hop icons coming out of the woodwork to request his beats. Features sycophantic guest verses from Nas, T.I. and Ludacris.
“Hlmpfmhphfm”—The tear-jerking act one closing number, sung by a post-car crash Kanye West from the operating table as his jaw gets wired shut.




“Me, That’s Who”—Kanye releases debut album College Dropout to great acclaim and commercial success, establishing himself as one of the biggest rappers in the game.
“Burn This Motherfucker Down”—An incensed Kanye overreacts to losing the Best New Artist award at the 2004 AMAs in the bathroom of the Shrine Auditorium.
“What Was I Supposed to Do?“—Mike Myers pleads for understanding after Kanye’s actions take him by surprise at a Hurricane Katrina relief drive.
“Killer Robots From Outer Space”—Kanye has his first eye-opening experience with hallucinogens backstage during the Glow in the Dark Tour. Daft Punk guest.
“Bitch in the Video”—While watching MTV, Kanye notices an unusual-looking, short-haired vixen dancing alongside Ludacris, and decides that she must be his.
“Why Me, Oh Lord?”—Kanye prays to understand his victimization after an incident with Taylor Swift at the 2009 VMAs.
“Look Away, Beyoncé”—A conflicted Kanye concludes that his growing crush on his best friend’s celebrity wife will only lead to trouble for all involved.
“One Day, They’ll Understand”—Kanye achieves something close to inner peace as he realizes that while certain actions and events in his life have initially been met with controversy, in time, all will come around to his way of thinking. The entire cast shows up and links hand for the final chorus: “Try and try but they just won’t see / Maybe they was never really ready for me / Don’t fret no more, hold my head in my hands / One day, I know, they’ll understand.”



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