10 Possible Features At Kanye West's Amusement Park


After the premiere of his Cannes Film Festival debut, Cruel Summer on Wednesday night in the south of France, Kanye West stated, "What I want to do post-Grammys is I want to work on cities, I want to work on amusement parks, I want to change entertainment experiences or life."

Coming from 'Ye, who now has accomplished a great deal—from fashion to films—it's not too surprising that he wants to take things to a different realm, even if that means amusement parks. With his artistic vision showing no boundaries, XXL was genuinely excited about Kanye's next goal, and conjured up some likely features that could pop up in Yeezy Land. —XXL Staff (@XXLStaff)

Kanye West interrupts Taylor Swift at the 2009 MTV Awards.


Guests get a chance to get their deepest feelings off their chests at this stand, which consists of only a mic, a camera and a giant screen that broadcasts each rant throughout the theme park. Fans with rants that are deemed worthy by Kanye will receive special prizes like George Bush campaign pins or a replica of

Throw Some D's Milk Bottle Toss


In a twist on the classic carnival game, guests attempt to throw large D-shaped rings over the neck of glass milk bottles. Winners receive free breast implants on the spot. Though not as popular, Big Sean's "Shooting At Jiggling A$$es" stand next door, offers free butt implants to winners.

Roc Pass


Through the Wire


Ride at your own risk. This unpredictable coaster is known to breakdown because, like a young Kanye, the operator spends all of his off-time making beats instead of sleeping. Grab ya NoDoz!

Jesus Walks


A large piece of glass covers a giant aquarium, allowing kids to literally “walk on water” and explore the wonders of marine life.

Flashing Lights


This short-lived ride was shut down after the flurry of lights that it flashed at guests was said to cause seizures.

All Falls Down


Guests get to experience the most dramatic fall of their lifetime, while former GOOD Music signees, Consequence, GLC, Really Doe, and members of Sa-Ra work both as conductors and safety instructors.

Big Brother


In his latest effort to impress his big brother, 'Ye designs a tribute ride for Jay-Z, decked out in all-black everything. Hov never shows up for the much-hyped debut of the coaster, leading Ye to the point of mental breakdown as he rides it alone for a week straight, staring at the empty seat next to him with tears in his eyes.

Drive Slow


Billed as the slowest rollercoaster ever made, guests can get custom grills made by Paul Wall himself while they wait in line.

(Bonus) Kim Kardashian Curvy Coaster


Inspired by the curves of his beautiful girlfriend Kim Kardashian, Kanye creates a coaster with such dramatic curves that put even fans who are strapped in risk of falling.