From his viral interview with Zane Lowe, to Jesus is King album FINALLY dropping, to new store merch, Kanye West has been all over the news this week. To keep the ball rolling, West sat down with Big Boy for an hour long interview.

Throughout the talk, the two dive into similar topics from the Beats 1 interview including getting canceled, Instagram, fish sticks, and more! He even claims that he'll never perform his old music again.

"It got to the point where literally I went from 'Jesus Walks' to 'You're such a fuckin' ho, I love it,'" he said, referencing his Lil Pump collab. "I bet you the devil was happy on that day. And where that record went? Straight to what? Number one quick. This is exactly what we want. This fits right in with whatever else we got. This fits right in with everything we got to deal with with opioids. This fits right in with everything we got that promotes killings so that we can have more slaves in the . . . mass incarceration never-ended slave system."

He continues, "They made movies about Steve Jobs so y'all could understand who I am," he said. "Now, when you go to the Apple store, I don't be seeing no iPod 4 . . . Take you to eBay and get you the old Kanye and get you a vintage iPod 4 while you're at it, a Sega 8-bit."

However, regarding "Jesus Walks," he'll still play the beat but will update the lyrics.

Watch the entire Big Boy TV interview in the video above.

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