Kanye West To Perform At The BET Awards

Ever since the Taylor Swift incident at the 2009 MTV Awards, we haven’t seen Kanye West at an awards ceremony. He was noticeably absent at the 2010 Grammys. In fact Kanye’s been keeping a low profile since the incident, which saw him become public enemy number one and coincidently pull out of his tour with Lady Gaga.

But with the release of his new album Good Ass Job looming, and new single “Power” being leaked on the net to rave reviews, it seems Mr West is finally ready to make his grand return. The outspoken rapper is set to take the stage on June 27 to perform live at the 2010 BET Awards

Kanye is nominated for two BET awards including Video of the Year for “Run This town” with Jay-Z and Rihanna.

The rapper has been doing some low-key gigs recently. On Tuesday he performed at 3 different high schools in the Chicago area for part of the Kanye West Foundation’s annual Stay in School event and he also made a surprise appearance at a Manhattan nightclub for a listening party featuring songs from his upcoming album Good Ass Job.

I love Kanye’s music, but music aside he’s made some bad choices. I think people will be willing to forgive him now though, granting his curved that big ego a bit. Only time will tell.

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5 responses

  1. Kanye’s a f*cking legend. As soon as he drops his new shit, everyone will forget the 2009 VMA’s and he’ll be all up in the chart again. Haven’t u heard his new track “Power” that track is fire. And u kno the BET crowd are gonna welcome him with open arms, they’re not exactly counrty fans. Now if he performed at the countrmusic awar or even the grammys, ppl wud be less receptive of him. But at the BET’s, his all good!

  2. As long as he seems remorseful, ppl will forgive him. All he’s gotta do is drop that nasty attitude, put down the autotune and ppl will buy his music and go to his concert. I’ve been to a kanye show and its amazing, the dude is a showman. But with that said I’m not a fan of his personality. In interviews he comes off like an egotistical show-off. But I’m not interested in that, I’m all about the music. I’m sure he’ll make a easy return. We don’t like him personally, but we love his music!

  3. I don’t know. It may be a bit too soon for the mainstream media to accept him with open arms, but hiphop fans will definitely embrace him!

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