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3 July 2013, 12:41
The 'Got 2 Love You' singer praises the rapper's new album in an interview with Capital.
Sean Paul has told Capital FM that he believes there is "a lot of anger" on Kanye West's new album 'Yeezus'.
The 'Got 2 Luv U' singer stated in a recent Capital FM interview that he is a fan of the 'Gold Digger' rapper's sixth studio album - and that he always tries to push the boundaries with his music.
With a combination of acid house, electro and industrial grind, alongside song titles such as 'I Am God' opinion has been divided among many fans.
However, the 'Get Busy' singer explains the controversial album by adding that Kanye "Likes to heard and likes to be seen", and that Kanye was a fan of shock rap.
He added: "I applaud people who push the box - the same thing that I'm trying to do with Dancehall music. Bring it to a different place and keep the roots at the same level."
Kanye recently revealed to The New York Times that his vision behind his latest record originated from Architecture.
"You know, this one Corbusier Lamp was like, my greatest inspiration," he told the publication.
Despite the Jamaican-born singer's opinion, Kanye's new album has debuted at number one on the Billboard 200, and is set to be one of the top selling releases of 2013.
Vanessa Hudgens has also given a more positive response to the new album by hinting on Twitter that she has been listening to 'Yeezus' on repeat.
Check out Sean Paul's interview with Capital FM below:
Meanwhile, Kanye celebrated becoming a father for the first time last month as he and girlfriend Kim Kardashian welcomed their first child together.
The couple's choice of name has also caused controversy after it was revealed the baby girl will be called North.