GQ’s Logan Hill got some interesting statements from Kanye, Cudi and Sean at the Canes Festival for the Cruel Summer premiere.
Kanye Speaks About the Future
What I want to do post-Grammys is I want to work on cities, I want to work on amusement parks, I want to change entertainment experiences or life. Something like if McQueen or Tarsem [Singh] was to meet the entertainment value of a Cirque du Soleil or a Walt Disney. With the Donda company, this is our first installation.
Cudi on Acting
Now that I dropped my third album in February, I can really devote all my time to acting. I gotta do some tours, but right now I’m trying to book a movie. I’m reading scripts—I just got two here at Cannes and it’s my new thrill, like when I first discovered that I could create music in a certain way. There’s always been a narrative to my songs. And even the one-offs are my life. It’s not fables, it’s real shit. And I do that because the kids connect to it because there’s no other artists really putting their soul into their records. Because cool is something you’re born with, you can’t chase it. I don’t chase cool. I’m just happy with being Scott.
Big Sean on Cruel Summer
It had a great vibe to it—fun, car chases, fashion, swerving and swagging and shit. I’m wearing some Arabian, mixed with some D-town hood type stuff, all black, keeping it G, you know how it goes.