Antonio Brown Calls Kanye West A “Creative Genius”

Antonio Brown Calls Kanye West A "Creative Genius"

Antonio Brown calls Kanye West a “creative genius”, answers the question “football or music???”, and more on SiriusXM’s Shade 45.

Antonio Brown appeared on SiriusXM’s Shade 45 to promote his latest project ‘Paradigm‘.

During his conversation with SiriusXM’s Gray Rizzy, Brown discussed working with Kanye West at Donda Sports, calling him a “creative genius”.

Gray Rizzy: And Kanye West, Ye. Like how has that been? How has that information coming from him and now kind of flowing through your mind and now into your creativity? How has that, that relationship been? And it’s still constant because I believe it’s not only music. It’s also being the head of Donda Sports.

Antonio Brown: Absolutely. Where it’s just, you know, Ye a creative genius. And he got a [inaudible] work ethic. You know, we having meetings at the Soho, finding out the floors, 8:00 AM till 4 or 5 PM just being creative and the creative process of, you know living out your dreams, working towards your dreams, empowering your superheroes. I mean, we got the Donda Doves, the basketball team out of LA, the high school kids, giving those future superheroes an opportunity to be successful. And we want to continue to expand on that, you know, giving a lot of future superheroes an opportunity to be more successful. And if they choose to play sports, if they want to get in fashion, if they want to do music, just giving opportunities where people could grow and be their best selves and be supported and that’s what we have at Donda Sports, but being around Ye man, he’s full of energy, full of life, and he’s always, always working.

The full interview airs May 10th at 4:00 PM EDT on #WeOutChea show with @GrayRizzy on Shade 45.

Notre Dame’s Bobby Brown Asks Antonio Brown: “Football or Music?”:

Gray Rizzy: Bobby Brown, he was a wide receiver over at Notre Dame. He played in the league for one year and he asked me, we were talking about this conversation me and you was about to have. And he said, “Yo, ask him this question for me from one football player to another who’s played at a very high level. At this very moment, which love whether it be football or music is your true love?

Antonio Brown: I mean, everyone, I wouldn’t be here if I wasn’t a good football player, so we could never get that twisted. You know what I’m saying? I’m a football player first and foremost, but you can’t play football forever. You know what I’m saying? And once the game’s over, like ask these guys. You don’t know where Jay Wright’s at, where you, where he at, you see him?

Gray Rizzy: I seen him on some commercials, like little sleeves and shit like that.

Antonio Brown: Yeah, like that old man commercial.

Gray Rizzy: I didn’t wanna say it like that AB.

Antonio Brown: I’m just being real. You know what I’m saying? Like, he’s the greatest receiver ever with like, like with the old tight sleeve commercial, like,

Gray Rizzy: You know him and

Antonio Brown: And Brett Favre.

Gray Rizzy: Brett Favre. Yeah, yeah. With the guy.

Antonio Brown: You know what I’m saying.

Gray Rizzy: Yeah. Yeah. They be out there

Antonio Brown: Most of the time after the game with football players, man, if they like, you know, they can just commentate, but like we not really seeing no pioneers or football after the game, after the game, you know, it’s a lot of problem with these guys that not being addressed or talked about, you know. Imagine people love you and the moments where you playing and it’s over then it’s like they on as someone else. So it’s a lot of guys experience different things, things without the game. But now listen again, don’t get it twisted. I’m a football player first. That’s why everyone know AB, those two letters. You see what people call me, came from me being a good football player.

Antonio Brown calls Donda Sports creator Kanye West a “creative genius”:

Gray Rizzy: And Kanye West, Ye. Like how has that been? How has that information coming from him and now kind of flowing through your mind and now into your creativity? How has that, that relationship been? And it’s still constant because I believe it’s not only music. It’s also being the head of Donda Sports.

Antonio Brown: Absolutely. Where it’s just, you know, Ye a creative genius. And he got a [inaudible] work ethic. You know, we having meetings at the Soho, finding out the floors, 8:00 AM till 4 or 5 PM just being creative and the creative process of, you know living out your dreams, working towards your dreams, empowering your superheroes. I mean, we got the Donda Doves, the basketball team out of LA, the high school kids, giving those future superheroes an opportunity to be successful. And we want to continue to expand on that, you know, giving a lot of future superheroes an opportunity to be more successful. And if they choose to play sports, if they want to get in fashion, if they want to do music, just giving opportunities where people could grow and be their best selves and be supported and that’s what we have at Donda Sports, but being around Ye man, he’s full of energy, full of life, and he’s always, always working.