Kanye West’s Yeezus Tour Setlist

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On Saturday night Kanye West kicked off his Yeezus Tour in Seattle in ridiculous, spectacular fashion. There were giant mountains, insane consumes and JESUS CHRIST was there. Even the merchandise was scandalous. Theatricality is all great and fun, but what songs did he play? Turns out a bit of everything. Most of Yeezus makes an appearance, of course, but recent hit singles like “Mercy” and “Power” and “I Don’t Like” were also played. Tracks from West’s first five solo albums are sprinkled throughout.

The four-banger encore ends on Yeezus’ calm and smooth outlier, “Bound 2″ – it was preceded by “Jesus Walks,” “Flashing Lights” and “All of the Lights” – which is an interesting way to end a night used to channel Kanye’s blistering rage.

YEEZUS TOUR SETLIST
On Sight
New Slaves
Send It Up
Mercy
Power
Cold
Black Skinhead
I Don’t Like
I Am a God
Can’t Tell Me Nothing
Coldest Winter
Hold My Liquor
I’m In It
Drunk and Hot Girls
Guilt Trip
Heartless
Blood on the Leaves
I Wonder
Runaway
Hey Mama (Instrumental)
Street Lights
Lost in the World
Encore:
Heard ‘Em Say
Stronger
Through the Wire
Jesus Walks
Flashing Lights
All of the Lights
Bound 2

Watch some fan-shot videos of the night below (via):

The beginning of the show:

“Power”:

“Cold”:

“Jesus Walks” w/ Jesus:

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