Kanye West - The College Dropout (Instrumentals) mp3 album
Released February 10, 2004. The College Dropout Tracklist. Following success producing for numerous contemporaries including Talib Kweli, Beanie Sigel and most notably Jay-Z, Kanye West released his debut studio album, The College Dropout, on February 10th, 2004. The album features string arrangements, choirs and his signature soul sampling, frequently branded as chipmunk-esque for its sped-up and high pitched nature. Contrary to the popular gangster-persona lyrics that was so popular in hip-hop at the time, his lyrics on the other hand often revolved around themes of family, materialism, religion and racism
The College Dropout (2004). Through the Fire by Chaka Khan (1984). Player's Ball (Extended Remix) by OutKast (1993). I Don’t Wanna Grow Up, I’m a Toys ‘R’ Us Kid by Linda Kaplan Thaler (1980). see 8 more connections. All Falls Down by Kanye West feat.
Track contains a sample of "Through The Fire" by Chaka Khan. All songs produced by Kanye West for Konman Entertainment/Gimme My publishing c. Hip Hop Since 1978. Matrix, Runout: B00020316381. Mastering SID Code: IFPI L772. Mould SID Code: IFPI 2444. Other Versions (5 of 34) View All.
Kanye West – The College Dropout Album Zip Download (173,22MB) Songs are compressed with best possible compression by keeping maximum quality possible. Each track has same high quality 320kbps CBR format.
West's debut album The College Dropout was released in February 2004 to critical and commercial success, debuting at number two on the US Billboard 200 and later being certified double-platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). The College Dropout Video Anthology: "Top Music Videos".
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Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist - Artist (Sample). Intro - The album starts off with a funny intro from Kanye's friend Deray who sounds very similiar to Bernie Mac. We Don't Care - The beat and the chorus are addictive. Kanye's subject matter on this track is uplifting for black people.