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Kanye West closes out the first day of Made in America in Philadelphia


We can always count on Kanye West to give us a performance that will have us talking for days – even weeks.

North West‘s talented daddy headlined day one of the 2014 Made in America Festival in Philadelphia last night, closing out the show with a bang.

Kanye West performs during 2014 Budweiser Made In America Festival on Benjamin Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia, PA

Mr. West opened up his set with his controversial Yeezus single “Black Skinhead,” performing in front of a radiant backdrop and wearing his signature star-studded Givenchy mask during the first few songs of the set.

Kanye West tears off his mask, stops the show and demands his face be 40-feet tall on the screen at Made in America

Kanye performed classic after classic, from “Can’t Tell Me Nothin'” to “New Slaves,” during which he removed his mask.

If you know Yeezy, he’s always got an inspiring message for the crowd. During last night’s rant, the Grammy winner apparently called out his good friend Virgil Abloh when he had issues with the lighting. Yes, Kanye aims for perfection – just one of the many reasons we love him.

Jay-Z at the Budweiser Made in America Music Festiva

His “Big Brother” Jay Z was in the crowd watching the dope performances for night, which included ‘Ye, J. Cole, Iggy Azalea, and more!  Check out the full performance below.

Kanye Part 1:

Kanye Part 2:

Iggy Azalea:

J. Cole:

SOURCE: Miss Info,  | PHOTO & VIDEO CREDIT: Splash, Mr. World Premiere 

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