Kanye West: Former Roc-A-Fella employee gives context to viral Jeen-Yuhs clip

A former employee of Roc-A-Fella explained the background behind a viral clip from Netflix‘S Kanye West documentary, Jen-Yuhs.

The streaming service has released the first installment of a trilogy directed by Coodie & Chike, offering an in-depth look at the rapper’s popularity.

Fans were particularly moved by a first scene showing a young Westerner, who legally changed his name to Ye last year, wandering the hallways of Jay-Z record label looking for players. his music.

At one point, he removed his subordinates to rap to the music. In another office, he plays the future hit “All Falls Down” while a distracted executive assistant is on the phone.

Many fans expressed surprise at the way people seemed to ignore West’s music, which would later appear in his critically acclaimed 2004 debut, College dropout.

“It’s crazy that Kanye West plays ‘All Falls Down’ and they don’t realize how big of a buzz it will be,” one fan tweeted. “Jen-Yuhs It’s amazing, can’t wait for other episodes. ”

Wayne “Wayno” Clark, formerly an A&R assistant at Roc-A-Fella and now A&R Vice President at Quality Control, has now provided some insight into the current situation.

“Lmao the background behind this is he’s playing this song in the office and doing this with a camera crew like 10x, how many times can you have a crazy reaction to something that you’ve heard 10x , which was annoying at the time,” he wrote, in a tweet citing fan comment.

He also pointed out that staff were unfamiliar with the cameramen in the office, emphasizing that “nobody at Roc didn’t like Kanye”.

The sequel to Jen-Yuhs will be released on Netflix on February 23.

West also about to release a sequel to his 2021 album, Donda, next week.

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Tom Vazquez

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