Kanye West has won a number of honours throughout the course of his career, but his most recent win won’t make him particularly proud. After the publication of Rolling Stone’s list of “50 Genuinely Horrific Albums by Brilliant Artists,” the contentious Chicago rapper has once again made news. The Rolling Stone has ranked Kanye at the top for his 2018 album “Ye.” Regrettably, the magazine’s authors have deemed the song to be the worst in the annals of popular music.
Although ‘Ye’ may not have had the same impact as its other tracks, its fans have praised it. In actuality, it had crossed 1 billion streams by 2021 and is one of his most streamed songs on Spotify.
Lil Wayne, Outkast, and other artists are listed by Rolling Stone.
Several rappers were honoured for their terrible performances, even though Kanye’s song “Ye” won first place. The top 10 list includes the albums Union by Yes, Fun in Acapulco by Elvis Presley, Mardi Gras by Creedence Clearwater Revival, Unfinished Music No. 1: Two Virgins by Lennon and Ono, American Dream by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, and Down in the Groove by Bob Dylan.
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We Need To Speak About Kanye: A Documentary About Kanye West
Eight parts of a documentary about the life and career of rapper Kanye West, often known as “Ye,” will air on BBC. The inclusion of Kanye West on the list also coincides with the release of the “We Need to Talk About Kanye” documentary. New guests will be featured in each episode of the documentary, who will shed light on Kanye’s life and position in pop culture.