I'm starting to think the CUS should just create a tab called [KANYE]. Music critics always joke about how everything you need to learn about Rock n' Roll music can be learnt by studying the Beatles--there is even a (reputable!) music school in the UK that offers an entire degree based around the fab 5. But I think I've seen enough to adequately suggest that another cultural monolith of equal if not double the weight, is on the rise; I think it's fair to forecast that Kanye West very well may be for hip hop what The Beatles were for Rock n' Roll. Beyond the obvious musical and cultural differences between Rock and hip hop, the most intriguing contrast between these two celebrity phenomena (there are actually many, many, similarities), lies in the underlying philosophy that accompanies their execution: whereas the world blew up The Beatles, Kanye is blowing up the world. Take the JUMP to see what I mean.