LOS ANGELES, May 5 (UPI) -- Kanye West believes his upcoming tour for his latest album, The Life of Pablo, will be as inspiring as Star Wars.
"We're gonna go out in September, I believe," he continued hinting at a possible start date. "We're working on some of the ideas right now. I'm trying to literally inspire these kids the way Disney inspired me, the way, you know, when I saw the original Star Wars, it's that conversation."
The 20-minute long chat also included West sharing his feelings about critics, the creation of his single "Ultralight Beam," how his relationship with wife Kim Kardashian has broken boundaries and, he once again brought up Taylor Swift and his infamous MTV award speech interruption from 2009.
"It's not about Kanye West. It's not about Taylor Swift," West said. "There's a lot of people in America that feel like they don't have the platform to stand up and express their closet racism. Before they had that platform, one really easy way to express it was to say, 'Eff Kanye West.'"
"They ain't expect no activist that had just lost his mama a year later, sitting there with a bottle of Hennessey," he continued about how he was seen drinking before the incident. "The only reason I drank the Hennessey in the first place is because I said, 'Imma just have to get drunk to deal with all the lies I'm about to see."
While gracing the cover of Vogue in April, Swift spoke about pushing aside the pair's highly-publicized back-and-fourth stating "I think the world is so bored with the saga. I don't want to add anything to it, because then there's just more."
The Life of Pablo reached number one on the Billboard 200 charts in April making it West's seventh consecutive album to reach number one following Late Registration, Graduation, 808s & Heartbreak, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, his collaboration with Jay Z Watch the Throne and Yeezus.