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In an interview with NPR
, Bruce Springsteen said he is impressed by West's dedication to make innovative records:
"Kanye West is incredible, you know. I mean, the record-making facility, you know, there's a lot of hours in those records. […] And I saw him on television, he did the song called 'Blood on the Leaves' on the Later…with Jools Holland - it was fantastic".
"I still find him very interesting. I'm not necessarily driving [to] it in my car, you know. I probably fall back on the stuff that I listened to as a kid or something if I'm driving around. But I do listen. I listen to a lot because there's a lot of information in it and it's just fascinating record-making".
Bruce Springsteen is currently promoting his new album High Hopes, which was released last Tuesday. On that day, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon dedicated the entire show to Springsteen and his new album, with Fallon making a parody of "Born in the Run" called "Gov. Christie Traffic Jam", alongside the Boss.
Meanwhile, Kanye West is working on his next studio album, to be released by mid-2014.