Seth Meyers really kicked things up a notch on night two of his new Late Night show, and it was all thanks to Kanye West. After a relatively subdued start on Monday, Meyers welcomed West and his particular brand of unpredictability to the show.
The highlight of the night did not come, however, until the last five minutes when West performed a medley of seven hits from seven albums to commemorate the 10th anniversary of his debut album College Dropout.
Full setlist and video below:
“Jesus Walks” from College Dropout
“Touch the Sky” from Late Registration
“Stronger” from Graduation
“Heartless” from 808s & Heartbreak
“All of the Lights” from My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy
“Mercy” from Cruel Summer
“Black Skinhead” from Yeezus
Watch video below, via NBC:
The interview segment peaked when Meyers asked West if his approach to fashion is different from his approach to music. “Everything in the world is exactly the same,” West answered sincerely.
They had only been going for two minutes, but Meyers responded, “Alright great, I don’t think we’re done, but I think I’m going to sign off.”
Watch that below, via NBC:
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