Steve Jobs


"Name one genius that ain't crazy" - Kanye West x Feedback 

If I could describe Steve Jobs to you, it would exactly be what Kanye said - crazy genius. Steve Jobs co-founded Apple Computers in his family garage and was the CEO of Apple. He is the innovator of the Macbook, iPod, iPad, and iPhone. Steve Jobs forever changed the world we live in because of his revolutionary inventions. 

Random but interesting: 
Kanye West is a huge fan of Steve Jobs. Kanye mentions Steve Jobs in two of his songs on Life of Pablo. In a 2013 interview for The New York Times, Kanye said, "I think what Kanye West is going to mean is something similar to what Steve Jobs means. I am undoubtedly, you know, Steve of Internet, downtown, fashion, culture. Period. By a long jump." Additionally, to celebrate his wife's birthday, Kanye rented out an entire movie theater for a private screening for Danny Boyle's Steve Jobs

When I get on my Steve Jobs, somebody gon’ get fired
— Kanye West x No More Parties in L.A.
Awesome, Steve Jobs mixed with Steve Austin
— Kanye West x Feedback

One Monday night, I devoted myself to sitting down and watching movies. This meant cell phone on airplane mode and no distractions. Steve Jobs is our Albert Einstein, our Ben Franklin of our generation. Steve Jobs is epic. I hope he inspires you to be the dopest version of yourself... to have more ambition... to make a difference.

Quotes from Documentary 

"Coach lands on the runway at exactly the same time as first class"

"You didn't have seconds. You had three weeks. The universe was created in a third of that time"

"I'm surrounded by enemies"

"Don't criticize what you can't understand"

"I sat in a garage and invented the future because artists lead and hacks ask for a show of hands"

"As long as you have control, I don't understand why people give it up"

"I'm indifferent to whether they dislike me"

"The two most significant events of the 20th century... the allies win the war, and this."

"Even if that were true, it doesn't sound that diabolical to me"

"Think Different"

marketing majors - for you
September 23, 1997