Kanye West

Source: Jackie Nickerson / Jackie Nickerson via Paper Mag

Last week, he covered TIME’s “TIME 100” issue on the world’s 100 most influential people, and now you can see Grammy award winning rapper Kanye West on the cover of PAPER magazine.

In the PAPER Magazine articleWest comments on a variety of subjects and explains the importance of mentoring the future stars and spoke about giving select artists like Drake, A$AP Rocky, Taylor Swift and Kendrick Lamar the knowledge he has.

I think it’s so important for me, as an artist, to give Drake as much information as I can, A$AP, Kendrick, Taylor Swift, any of these younger artists as much information as I can to make better music in the future. We should all be trying to make something that’s better. It’s funny that I worked at the Gap in high school, because in my past 15 years it seems like that’s the place I stood in my creative path — to be the gap, the bridge.

Read the entire Paper magazine article; click here.

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