"I Wish To Be Water": Kanye West Is Writing Philosophy Book

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The enigmatic performer was making headlines Friday after dubbing Kim as "as a Marie Antoinette of our time" in a chat with The Hollywood Reporter with acclaimed designer Axel Vervoordt. It can be used to document, but a lot of times it overtakes [people].

With 348 thousand followers, he's only following one person, obviously his wife Kim Kardashian West. These brief musings are apparently part of West's greater reflections, which he said he's compiling in his forthcoming philosophy book, Break the Simulation.

And though the KarJenners are arguably just a few of the most-photographed celebrities in Hollywood (Kardashian West moreover beforehand launched a information of her favorite selfies titled Selfish), West says he is "on the fence" about footage and "human beings obsessive about footage".

Kanye West appears to have a rough relationship with conceptions of time and history, so it makes sense that he's eradicated almost his entire social media history. "People dwell an extreme quantity of throughout the reminiscences".

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"As me and you are working on a new community [development in L.A.] - what do our homes look like now?"

West's reveal of his burgeoning philosophy all stems from asking Vervoordt, his interior designer, what time period Vervoordt would travel to if he had to go back in time. "People always wanna hear the history of something, which is important, but I think it there's too much of an importance put on history". Called Break The Simulation, the work will focus on various concepts of time as theorised by the one and only Mr West. "But I'm big on connecting with timeless energy, with people and musicians that I'm around". He cited the designer's work as something that can represent humanity for the 500 to 1,000 years to come.

'The ability to preserve time is more valuable than the ability to preserve a diamond because time is our most valuable resource'. "At Adidas, I have Yeezy, but it's a namesake brand", he says.

He said: "I've got this new concept that I've been digging into". "Just the way you're expressing yourself has lifted the burden on me".