1. theprincezamunda:

Here’s a list of Kanye-related song facts. To my knowledge, all of these are true. 
- Rhymfest brought kanye the sample for jesus walks and co-wrote the first verse…it then took Kanye months and months to write that legendary 2nd verse
- 808s was recorded in Hawaii, where the area code is “808.”
- Kanye recorded videos for Robocop and Say You Will, but they were never released
- There was an additional Lupe Fiasco verse recorded for the G.O.O.D. Friday track “Don’t Look Down,” left off once Big Sean came through with a show-stealing verse. According to Lupe, it was one of the best verses he has ever written.
- It’s said that the well-received second verse Kanye rapped for his SNL performance of “POWER” was originally intended for “Chain Heavy.”
- RZA admits he mispronounced “Thirty white bitches” as “dirty white bitches” instead, on “So Appalled.” Kanye, amused, brought the mispronunciation to his attention, to which the RZA replied, “Shit, with how I sound, they ain’t gon’ notice the difference.”
- It’s been suggested by insiders that it was upon hearing Lupe Fiasco’s popular, conscious interpretation of his own “Diamonds (in Sierra Leone)” track that Kanye was first made really aware of the plight of the blood diamond trade in Africa. Upon doing further research he promptly saw to it that he expose the issue to more people as well, which is why we have the remix version. Why Jay-Z came on the track and decided to rap about petty business affairs remains a mystery.
- If you’ve ever wondered why Game has only the pointless job of repeating the refrain with Kanye on “Crack Music,” it’s because Game actually did record a verse for it, but it did not fit contextually with the song’s content so Kanye left it off. The version with Game’s verse included is available via mixtapes, however.
- The first time Kanye met Mr. Hudson he told him how much him and Amber loved the song Cover Girl off of his first album. Hudson started singing it for Amber and Kanye made him stop because he said it was making him jealous
- The G.O.O.D. Friday track “Looking for Trouble” is actually the result of a KanyeToThe.com member’s request during a ustream for Yeezy to work with J.Cole. Later that same week, Cole was called up, much to his surprise, by West who asked him if he could come in the studio that day and drop a verse for the said track. J.Cole had a show that night. Kanye called and said he needed it by that night. He wrote it in the car on the way to the show. Sent it to Ye and the rest is history. They never worked in person on that song.
- At one concert in Chicago he recited a new verse to All Falls Down that he has never recited since. It was a 1 time only verse. It speaks about Christian Bale pushing his sisters among other things.
- Can’t Tell Me Nothing had a remix that featured Pimp C, Lil Wayne, Pusha T & Busta Rhymes. It was never released because everyone was dissing each other on it (lol). Pimp C was dissing Jeezy at the time. Wayne & Pusha were also beefing at this time. Mike Dean still has the files of this session so if you bug him enough (@therealmikedean) we might get it.
- Swizz Beatz’ verse for “Lord Lord Lord” is unanimously considered among the worst in hip-hop history.

    theprincezamunda:

    Here’s a list of Kanye-related song facts. To my knowledge, all of these are true. 

    - Rhymfest brought kanye the sample for jesus walks and co-wrote the first verse…it then took Kanye months and months to write that legendary 2nd verse

    808s was recorded in Hawaii, where the area code is “808.”

    Kanye recorded videos for Robocop and Say You Will, but they were never released

    There was an additional Lupe Fiasco verse recorded for the G.O.O.D. Friday track “Don’t Look Down,” left off once Big Sean came through with a show-stealing verse. According to Lupe, it was one of the best verses he has ever written.

    It’s said that the well-received second verse Kanye rapped for his SNL performance of “POWER” was originally intended for “Chain Heavy.”

    RZA admits he mispronounced “Thirty white bitches” as “dirty white bitches” instead, on “So Appalled.” Kanye, amused, brought the mispronunciation to his attention, to which the RZA replied, “Shit, with how I sound, they ain’t gon’ notice the difference.”

    It’s been suggested by insiders that it was upon hearing Lupe Fiasco’s popular, conscious interpretation of his own “Diamonds (in Sierra Leone)” track that Kanye was first made really aware of the plight of the blood diamond trade in Africa. Upon doing further research he promptly saw to it that he expose the issue to more people as well, which is why we have the remix version. Why Jay-Z came on the track and decided to rap about petty business affairs remains a mystery.

    If you’ve ever wondered why Game has only the pointless job of repeating the refrain with Kanye on “Crack Music,” it’s because Game actually did record a verse for it, but it did not fit contextually with the song’s content so Kanye left it off. The version with Game’s verse included is available via mixtapes, however.

    The first time Kanye met Mr. Hudson he told him how much him and Amber loved the song Cover Girl off of his first album. Hudson started singing it for Amber and Kanye made him stop because he said it was making him jealous

    The G.O.O.D. Friday track “Looking for Trouble” is actually the result of a KanyeToThe.com member’s request during a ustream for Yeezy to work with J.Cole. Later that same week, Cole was called up, much to his surprise, by West who asked him if he could come in the studio that day and drop a verse for the said track. J.Cole had a show that night. Kanye called and said he needed it by that night. He wrote it in the car on the way to the show. Sent it to Ye and the rest is history. They never worked in person on that song.

    At one concert in Chicago he recited a new verse to All Falls Down that he has never recited since. It was a 1 time only verse. It speaks about Christian Bale pushing his sisters among other things.

    Can’t Tell Me Nothing had a remix that featured Pimp C, Lil Wayne, Pusha T & Busta Rhymes. It was never released because everyone was dissing each other on it (lol). Pimp C was dissing Jeezy at the time. Wayne & Pusha were also beefing at this time. Mike Dean still has the files of this session so if you bug him enough (@therealmikedean) we might get it.

    Swizz Beatz’ verse for “Lord Lord Lord” is unanimously considered among the worst in hip-hop history.

    Reblogged from: theprincezamunda
  2. http://mapthehumanseoul.tumblr.com/post/42772172212/good-kid-m-a-a-d-city-a-short-film-by-kendrick

    mapthehumanseoul:

    Good Kid, M.A.A.D City: A Short Film by Kendrick Lamar

    Setting: Compton

    Characters:

    Kendrick Lamar (present Kendrick)
    K.Dot (young Kendrick)
    Sherane
    Kendrick’s Mother
    Kendrick’s Father
    Dave
    Dave’s brother
    Keisha’s sister
    Demetrius (Sherane’s favourite cousin)
    The Two Brothers…

    Reblogged from: mapthehumanseoul
  3. Wow!

    Wow!

  4. lifesbiggestroll:

Talamark

very handsome boy

    lifesbiggestroll:

    Talamark

    very handsome boy

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  5. yoursammiec:

    I think it’s trying to communicate.

    Reblogged from: lifesbiggestroll
  6. throwback

    Reblogged from: morganbrionne
  7. thesedirtyglasses:

    he hit that “yeah ok” face with the quickness lol

    lmaooo

    Reblogged from: morganbrionne
  8. aimeiraba:

1/1 destroyed denim by me

    aimeiraba:

    1/1 destroyed denim by me

    Reblogged from: sayknowmore
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  10. gloryordestory:

party
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