Kanye West & Kid Cudi Accused Of Stealing Stage Design From Lorde

Coming out this weekend, there have been just a few issues that folks have been discussing from Camp Flog Gnaw. The declaration that Jaden Smith and Tyler, The Creator are “boyfriends” is probably going essentially the most surprising second from the competition. Kanye West and Kid Cudi’s joint efficiency as Kids See Ghosts generated a ton buzz because it marked their first reside efficiency because the album dropped. Videos and images their present are making their manner all around the web and one individual, particularly, wasn’t too happy with their stage design.

Cudi and Ye carried out inside a floating glass rectangle, permitting the 2 to maneuver freely all through the enclosure. It was fairly neat to see all of it go down as they seemingly had tons enjoyable through the efficiency. Lorde has ficially spoken out to accuse the 2 stealing her concepts, referencing the similarities between her Coachella stage and their Camp Flog Gnaw design. “I am proud the work I do and it is flattering when different artists really feel impressed by it,” wrote the New Zealand singer. “But do not steal – not from ladies or anybody else – not in 2018 or ever.” Obviously, Kanye has been working with floating phases since earlier than Lorde started her tour this yr. His stage design has been recreated a number of occasions since his Pablo tour run so her remarks are somewhat complicated. Yes, the units are extraordinarily comparable. However, can concepts not be restructured and reused?

The accusations have been made on the artist’s Instagram story, which has many divided on methods to react. Kanye and Cudi haven’t but commented. Whose facet are you on?

Left Shark From Super Bowl 2015 Speaks On His Viral Antics For First Time

During Katy Perry’s glitzy and grand Super Bowl performance from 2015, which also featured Missy Elliot and Lenny Kravitz, one unassuming back up dancer dressed in a 7-foot shark costume stole the show from the main act. 

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Speaking with NPR, Bryan Gaw, the man behind the meme-worthy antics, has detailed what motivated him to give such a memorable performance during the most watched televised event the year. 

Gaw reveals that “there’s a set choreography. There’s also what’s called freestyle choreography, or, like, you get to move around or play your character as a dancer. I’m in a 7-foot blue shark costume. There’s no cool in that. So what’s the other option? Well, I’m gonna play a different character.”

When speaking about what was his inspiration for his hilariously fbeat dance moves, Gaw notes how he was trying to represent an imperfect “everyday person,” who most likely dances with two left feet and is a little f-kilter. 

Later on in the interview, the infamous shark-man gives some inspirational advice to all his fellow outcasts, “don’t take life so seriously. I was on the biggest stage in the world, acting crazy, and I got a lot press and a lot attention for it, in the most positive ways. It’s great. Be you. Do you.”

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Gaw has worked with Perry for 5 years, touring with her throughout multiple continents and executing very meticulous choreography.