Kanye eventually bit on the rhetoric himself. But on Ye, Kanye West is a changed man, showing signs of growth in his perspective towards women. Even on the final cut “Violent Crimes,” Yeezy swears to protect the women in his life from bad intentions.
On “All Mine” Valee’s chorus is virtually unreconizable, his usual baritone tucked away. The G.O.O.D. Music signee seizes up the chorus with a shrill singing voice. His use of anatomical language is kind of disorienting when you consider the sexual allusion he is trying to make. “All Mine” has all the makings of a character defense for wife Kim Kardashian, or women of the like. Of course Ty Dolla $ign