Sneaker Discography: Yeezy Colorways Inspired by Kanye West Album Covers

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If it’s black, pink and anywhere close to glow-in-the-dark, it’s dubbed a “Yeezy” colorway, and while it has been a game-changing color scheme, it’s surprising that Kanye West hasn’t drawn inspiration from his album covers’ artwork. In this rundown, we explore a number of color options derived from West’s albums, draped over the two signature sneakers in his Nike Air Yeezy line. Should there be more colorways of the Yeezys? Drop a line in the comments and vote on which rendering you’d like to see.

Nike Air Yeezy 2 “The Late Dropout”

If Kanye’s first album was a compilation of all 42 tracks from his first two long-players, it probably could’ve been pulled off flawlessly with no complaints. The theme and color scheme of the artwork remained the same, so one colorway covers and commemorates both with no problem.

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