Pablo is hitting the road this fall. Fresh off his appearance at the Met Gala, Kanye West has revealed his 2016 touring plans.
Calling into “The Steve Harvey Morning Show” on Tuesday (May 3), ‘Ye confirmed that he is planning dates in support of his latest album The Life of Pablo.
“You know my tour game is strong…We gonna go out in September, I believe,” he told Harvey. “We’re working on ideas right now. I’m trying to inspire these kids the way Disney inspired me.”
During the 20-minute interview, he also promised that his Yeezy clothing line prices will drop to an affordable level and that he still feels apologetic about his Wiz Khalifa feud. As a parent, he said, he feels even more “deeply” about that every day.
Listen to the interview and check out highlights from the Q&A below.
On higher potential: “Anytime y’all ever heard me scream or jump up and down or whatever it was, it’s because I wanted to bring people something to a higher potential than what the powers that control the money, control the image, control the media, and control the perception wanted me to.”
On fighting for others: “People got me messed up. Anytime I ever got in trouble, I was jumping in front of a bullet for somebody else.”
On TIDAL & Yeezys: “The truth is gonna come to light. They can’t deny. When those kids be lined up for those Yeezys, that truth came to light. When TIDAL tripled subscriptions when we dropped that Pablo, that truth came to light.”
On Yeezy prices: “That first season, I wasn’t in charge of none of those prices. Mark my words, please mark my words. I am coming for their neck. I’m about drop these prices in a way that I can connect to the Kanye that I was when I was 14 years old and my mom could barely afford it.”
On Wiz Khalifa/Amber Rose: “I’ve talked to Wiz. Amber’s talked to Kim. I want to really stress the amount of respect that I have for parents. There is no concept for anyone being able to own somebody else’s child. Every day, I actually feel more deeply, deeply, deeply apologetic about that concept because I only want to put out positive, positive, concepts.”