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Kanye West Yeezus tour in Boston is everything from absurd to inspiring

Posted by Matthew Juul  November 17, 2013 03:12 PM

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Sunday night brought Kanye West to the stage at TD Garden along with Kendrick Lamar, and fans were given anything but dull. The Globe's Sarah Rodman wrote in her review of the show:

Kanye West is a polarizing character. The Chicago rapper-producer (and sometime singer) has been called many things by both fans and detractors — from genius to blowhard.

But one thing he has yet to be accused of is laziness. Sunday night at the TD Garden, whatever anyone’s preconceived notions may have been about West going in, one thing was abundantly clear by night’s end: The dude works hard.

Boston.com correspondent Matt Juul captured the most memorable moments of the night below, using your social media posts to illustrate the highlights (and here's a recap of his updates from the show). We also want to hear from you: What did you think of the show? What was the most outrageous moment? Was anything disappointing? Share your own reviews in the comments.

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