Kanye West took the stage this morning at the Democratic National Convention in Denver and rock the crowd by performing his hits like "Touch the Sky," "Home" and "Stronger." West went on to perform two new songs that focused on relationships and politics, that he claims he just wrote in the past few days. Kanye expressed his happy yet saddness saying "It's an incredible time to be around. I wish my momma could have seen this day."
Kanye performed at a party sponsored by U2 lead singer Bono's ONE acti-poverty campaign. The party had many big names attend including actors Forest Whitaker and Ashley Judd and Jamie Foxx. Foxx also took the stage with Kanye and later said "We make history, man," continuing, "With
Obama, we make history. If you ready for Obama, make some noise. Yo
man, let's do this for Obama."