Watch Kanye West’s Medley From the World Aids Day (Red) Concert

Kanye West joined  U2 (minus Bono), Carrie Underwood, Bruce Springsteen and Chris Martin at a Time Square concert Monday to recognize World AIDS Day supporting (RED). Kanye delivered a nine-minute medley with some of his biggest hits, from “Power” to “Jesus Walks” to “Black Skinhead” to start.

“New York City, you are now rockin’ with Yeezus,” West announced to the excited audience.

He continued on with “Stronger” before a mixup that had his DJ playing the backing track too long, at which West had to tell him “Next song, you’re supposed to cut. We on TV,” before closing his set with “Touch the Sky.”

Watch it here:

Kanye West Surprised Common’s AAHH! Fest With a 16-Song Greatest Hits Set


Yeezy is always showing up where he’s least expected

Though he’s always showing up in places you wouldn’t expect him to be, there’s still really no bigger “special surprise guest” you can have on your lineup than Kanye West. When Common announced his inaugural AAHH! Fest back in August, Yeezy wasn’t officially billed, but Sunday night he showed up in classic form, running through a set of some of his most crowd-pleasing hits including “Jesus Walks,” “Power,” “Mercy,” and “Clique.” Kanye closed out his set in Chicago’s Union Park with Common on stage for a rendition of their collaborative track “Get ‘Em High.” Common also brought out Vince Staples and Jay Electronica to perform a forthcoming remix of his own “Kingdom.” You can catch some shaky and distorted fan-shot video both above and below.