Anytime Kanye West drops an album, it's an event. And things were no different with his last effort, The Life of Pablo. From its ever-changing title and live premiere at Madison Square Garden to 'Ye's insistence on continuing to edit its tracks after its release and then cancelling the tour that he launched in support of it, TLOP stayed on our tongues in some way, shape, or form for nearly all of 2016.
But if there's anyone that knows 'Ye's music well, it's his fellow Chicagoan, collaborator, and protege Chance the Rapper, who helped write five of TLOP's tracks and delivered a verse on its opening cut "Ultralight Beam." Still, despite his own contributions, Young Chano's not naming TLOP as his favorite effort from 'Ye.
The rapper took to Instagram to denounce a ranked list from Complex. Shaming them, he edited it to his own liking. Here's how Chano has prioritized his mentor's albums.
How am I supposed to keep reading this after you put Late Registration 2nd to last?? *Tyra Banks' "We were all rooting for you" gif* https://t.co/Kj3nXRCPjv— The Big Day out now (@chancetherapper) January 4, 2017
1) Late Registration
2) The College Dropout
3) My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy
5) Watch the Throne
6) The Life of Pablo
8) 808s & Heartbreak
1) LR— The Big Day out now (@chancetherapper) January 5, 2017
Is this the final say?