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Legacy - The World of Kanye West

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Drake  Best I Ever Had   buy on itunes
B.o.B  Nothin' On You (feat. Bruno Mars)   buy on itunes
Jay Electronica  Exhibit C   buy on itunes
Kid Cudi  Soundtrack 2 My Life   buy on itunes
Wale  90210   buy on itunes
J Cole  Who Dat   buy on itunes
Little Brother featuring Joe Scudda  Lovin' It   buy on itunes
Charles Hamilton  Brooklyn Girls   buy on itunes
Mr Hudson  Supernova (feat. Kanye West)   buy on itunes
Naledge  Cool Relax Featuring Jay Electronica   buy on itunes
The Cool Kids  Mikey Rocks   buy on itunes
Kid Static & Yea Big  Mind of Your Own   buy on itunes
Dux Jones  Make A Flick (feat. Jab)   buy on itunes
Kev Brown  Albany   buy on itunes
Tabi Bonney  The Pocket   buy on itunes

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It's hard to believe now that he's one of the world's biggest hip-hop stars, but there was a time when no one — not even his partner in [i]rhyme[/i], Jay-Z — wanted to co-sign Kanye West's newfound rap career. But [i]everything[/i] changed once he delivered [i]The College Dropout[/i], as hit singles like "All Falls Down" and "Jesus Walks" made it safe to be a sensitive MC who cares more about designer sneakers than [i]Scarface[/i] fantasies. We're talking block-rockin' tracks that aren't just brutal; they're brutally [i]honest[/i]. Take Wale, for example: While he's down with the gritty disco grooves of D.C.'s go-go scene, the shimmering synths and [i]Hollywood Babylon[/i] hooks of "90210" reveal a cautionary tale about a "regular girl with celebrity dreams." Meanwhile, Kid Cudi isn't afraid to share his own problems on "Soundtrack 2 My Life," a hazy blend of sci-fi beats and lovelorn lyrics that could've been lifted straight from Kanye's [i]808s & Heartbreak[/i]. Drake is a little less dire on "Best I Ever Had," as the former child actor serves up a summer-in-the-city anthem that sounds as confident as Kanye looks in a pair of shutter shades. And who can blame him when his influence is being felt throughout the entire hip-hop nation, from Jay Electronica to J. Cole, from B.o.B to Little Brother — all of whom, and more, grab the mic on our Legacy playlist.
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