Kanye West said in his blog that there will be a gap bertween his second and third single off '808's & Heartbreak' to give people more time to dig his music.
Breaking through the top of Billboard Hot 200 chart with his new effort "808's & Heartbreak", Kanye West plans to enjoy the momentum by letting his music to sip in. Before he releases another single from the album, the rapper said that he will let the first two "Love Lockdown" and "Heartless" to "soak into the culture".
Celebrating the huge sale of the album that reached more than 450,000 copies in the first week, Kanye posted a message on his blog saying that he will "walk this album slow like a more independent approach." He also praised his own music despite the mix reviews he received from the critics for the new album. He said, "i feel like a new artist. there's actually arguments again. it reminds me of the first album when everybody said i couldn't rap. i listened to 'say you will' last night at my house and was daaamn, this song is soooo dooope!!! i'm a fan of what i've made."
Adding that there's a slight dissatisfaction when he made "Graduation" (2007), Kanye emphasized on how different "Heartbreak" is in the matter of its sound. Her closed the post, "when it comes in it doesn't sound like anything else ever made in history! this is new music! it might takes some getting use to but when it set's in it will make all the difference!"