With a little over a week to go until Yeezus arrives, Kanye West headlined the Governors Ball in New York on Sunday. G.O.O.D. Music’s chief, who celebrated his 36th birthday with Beyoncé and Jay-Z over the weekend, closed out the three-day festival with a dark 90-minute set. In addition to his familiar hits like “All Falls Down” and “Good Life,” he played five new songs off his upcoming sixth album, due June 18.
He opened with “Black Skinhead” and “New Slaves,” both songs which he debuted on “SNL” last month. He also staged a rousing performance of “I Am a God” and another new song, reportedly called “On Site.”
“When I listen to radio, that ain’t what I want to be anymore,” ‘Ye told the crowd during one of his now-typical rants. “I don’t really give a fuck about outside opinions!”
Watch Yeezus rise below.