"Kanye feels like a director, and I don’t think everything he’s saying in the songs is actually him saying it every time. It’s like a movie, or a concept. On ‘I’m in It’, he’s talking about a bunch of really violently and stunningly visual sex shit, but it’s not like he’s saying stuff like that to his friends 24 hours a day. I mean, sitting around the studio, we all have intelligent conversations about the state of women in the world— I wouldn’t say we had a conversation about feminism, necessarily, but we’re sensitive to it."

Bon Iver's Justin Vernon (as well as six other Yeezus collaborators) talks to us about the making of Kanye West’s new LP in our latest feature story.