Leonard Cohen's "Kanye West Is Not Picasso" Poem Posthumously Published

He might have handed away two years in the past however Leonard Cohen’s work continues to be being revealed right now. The iconic Canadian singer and poet will reportedly have a brand new addition to his discography quickly however proper now, his poetic work is being solid within the highlight. The “Hallelujah” singer gave the impression to be enamored by the life Kanye West lives and speaks about, or so it seems in a single his poems that has been posthumously revealed.

Kanye West is admittedly a fascinating man. You by no means fairly know what he’ll say or do subsequent. We count on that perhaps he’ll have one thing to say about Cohen’s poem, titled “Kanye West Is Not Picasso.” The late icon makes reference to some the world’s geniuses in Edison, Tesla, and Picasso, additionally citing Kanye West and Jay-Z. “Kanye West is just not Picasso/ I’m Picasso,” writes Cohen. The work is included in a set poetry known as The Flame, which is now on bookshelves. 

The literary piece is a fairly fascinating learn, which seems to be written straight after West made feedback evaluating himself to Picasso. It feels shockingly present, particularly contemplating the artist’s assembly with President Donald Trump right now. This is the primary time it is being shared publically with it being dated March 15, 2015. Read via it beneath and tell us your ideas.

Drake Thanks DeMar DeRozan, Welcomes Kawhi Leonard To The 6ix With Open Arms

It didn’t take long for Aubrey to weigh in on the latest Toronto Raptors roster shakeup. In case you haven’t heard, as this morning the Toronto Raptors have exchanged their franchise player DeMar DeRozan, 2nd-year big Jakob Poeltl, and a 2019 protected first-rounder to the San Antonio Spurs for the mercurial Kawhi Leonard and veteran swingman Danny Green. While the success the deal largely rests on the Raptors ability to re-sign Kawhi Leonard after this season, raptors fans including Drake have had to cope with mixed emotions.

Drake summed it up best when he described DeMar’s many glowing attributes in a body text dedicated to this passing moment. Drake mentioned DeMar’s combination skill, persistence, and loyalty as points excellence he came to admire from his court side seats. Not only did Drake praise his intangible skills as those a “True Captain,” but I commended the outgoing Raptor for being an “even better friend.”

Drake none-the-less couldn’t squander his opportunity to play brand ambassador for the Raptors’ franchise, turning over his attention to new arrival Kawhi Leonard all in the same body text. The Toronto rapper assured the Spurs’ recruit he was in the right position to be his “poised clinical” self, on a winning franchise such as the Raptors. Say what you will about the current NBA landscape, but a few teams have seen their era prominence slip away, while other teams like the Raptors could sink or swim depending on the circumstances and the glut their 2018-2019 season.

This Kid’s Poem About Not Having A Dad Is Heartbreaking

Teenage Louis caught J.K. Rowling‘s eye this week when he defied his teacher’s golden rule about poetry and wrote the most Drake poem about not having a dad. It’s super sad—if you have a heart, it will definitely get you in your feelings—but the other takeaway is: teachers don’t know everything.