This weekend was all about Kanye West, as he celebrated his 36th birthday on Saturday and headlined the Governors Ball in New York on Sunday. While very little details on his forthcoming album, Yeezus, have been made available to fans, he performed several new songs from the effort at the music festival.

In a 90-minute set that started well after the sun went down, West moved through classic tracks like "Good Life" and "All Falls Down" before introducing the LP tracks, which Normal Mag caught on video.

Song like "New Slaves" and "Black Skinhead," which he previously debuted on "SNL" last month were part of the show, along with "I Am a God" and new track called "On Site."

West didn't get off stage before delivering a short rant, telling the crowd that he wasn't interested in having his songs played on the radio any longer. "When I listen to radio, that ain't what I want to be anymore," the G.O.O.D. Music leader shared. "I don't really give a f--- about outside opinions!"

Watch his performances below.

Watch Kanye West Perform "On Site" at Governors Ball

Watch Kanye West Perform "I Am a God" at Governors Ball

Watch Kanye West Perform "Black Skinhead" at Governors Ball