The Hectic Present Of Kanye West: Between Jesus, Nebuchadnezzar And Donald Trump

Kanye West doesn't breathe. The American rapper, composer and producer, who published Jesus Is King, ninth album of his personal harvest, on October 25, and most recently surprised with his idea of ​​changing his name, at least for a year, by Christian Genius Billionaire Kanye West , that is, Billionaire Christian Genius Kanye West, now revealed his latest "occurrence."

Is that West announced the premiere, for the same month, of his first opera, which will be titled Nebuchadnezzar (Nebuchadnezzar). The news was made public by the artist himself, through his Twitter account, where he shared the poster of the event, which presents a golden engraving of the Babylonian homonymous king.

The opera, which will be directed by the New York-based Italian artist Vanessa Beecroft, will premiere at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles on November 24, and the members of the Sunday Service gospel choir will also take part in the performance. by Kim Kardashian's husband.

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The rapper announced the next premiere of his first opera, "Nebuchadnezzar," which will take the stage at the Hollywood bowl in Los Angeles. (Photo: Angela Weiss / AFP)

The biblical title of the new West project fits perfectly with the recent turn towards the gospel, which is clearly reflected in Jesus is King, whose reception of the critics was generally quite favorable, and which had a good impact in terms of public acceptance.

During a recent interview, Kanye West drew a comparison between himself and who was king of Babylon between 1125 and 1103 B.C., while talking about his Yeezus presentation tour, an album he published in 2013.

In that sense, the musician said that like Nebuchadnezzar giving a look at his empire saying "I did it", he himself stood on the top of the mountain talking about Yeezus, saying: "I am a God."

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In addition, according to the TMZ site, during the morning of Friday, November 15, West and his choir appeared by surprise in a Houston jail, where they gave a concert for the inmates. The publication said that the rapper stayed for a couple of hours to play with a select group of inmates and staff members.

Meanwhile, last week it was learned that the rapper's support for Donald Trump had been criticized by a preacher in whose West church he had landed with his Sunday Service. "I can't be calm with Kanye saying slavery is an option," he said.

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