Kanye West recently graced the cover of TIME Magazine's ‘100 Most Influential People In The World' issue. As a "thank you," the Yeezus rapper performed a 20-minute art-infused set at the annual TIME 100 gala!
This week, the 37-year-old took to the stage with several shirtless African American men dressed in rags and white chalk.
Ye sang his new single All Day before performing a handful of tracks from 2013's Yeezus. He then sang the North West-inspired song Only One before closing his set with old favorites like Good Life and Gold Digger.
The rapper successfully got the room of world leaders to get up on their feet — including fellow TIME 100 honoree and wife Kim Kardashian.
Kim admitted that it was "so very special" that the couple was honored by TIME, and that she "never knows" what Kanye has in store for her:
"He always like to surprise me with what he has up his sleeve, so I'm always so pleasantly surprised."
It sounds like Kanye has no trouble influencing even the most influential of people! Check out a clip of his performance in the video (below!)