Kanye West stopped by Seth Meyers' new "Late Night" talk show to perform a medley of his biggest hits and talked about how fatherhood has changed his approach to life.
The rapper, who recently wrapped a nationwide tour, was a guest on "Late Night with Seth Meyers" on Feb. 25, where he performed a medley of several of his biggest hits, including "Jesus Walks," "Touch the Sky," "Stronger," "Heartless" and "All of the Lights"
"Yeah totally, everything and my approach to life, everything is changing," West said, when asked by Meyers if fatherhood has changed his outlook on his music. Meyers went onto ask if the rapper, whose music is typically explicit in language and content, will be making more kid-friendly songs on future albums.
"I think artistic, intellectual, kid-friendly songs, meaning like ... you go to Europe and there's nudity on TV," West said. "So it's all in the way you raise and have an understanding of and an appreciation for what you're looking at and what you're hearing and why you're hearing it."
"It's like, if you think about the 'Yeezus' album, cursing was definitely necessary in order to ... It would be like if you sat down and talked to Quentin Tarantino and was like, 'Are you gonna make G-rated movies now?' It's Quentin Tarantino," he concluded.
It was recently announced that West will be among the headlining acts at the 2014 Bonnaroo Music and Art Festival, taking place between June 12 and June 15 in Manchester, Tennessee. His current album, "Yeezus," was also featured on OTRC.com's list of the 10 best albums of 2013.
Watch Kanye West's interview on "Late Night with Seth Meyers" below.