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Kanye West

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2018-06-01
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 7

  • ℗ 2018 Getting Out Our Dreams II, LLC Distributed By Def Jam, A Division of UMG Recordi


Title Artist Time
I Thought About Killing You Kanye West 4:34 USD 1.29
Yikes Kanye West 3:08 USD 1.29
All Mine Kanye West 2:25 USD 1.29
Wouldn't Leave (feat. PARTYNEX Kanye West 3:25 USD 1.29
No Mistakes Kanye West 2:03 USD 1.29
Ghost Town (feat. PARTYNEXTDOO Kanye West 4:31 USD 1.29
Violent Crimes Kanye West 3:35 USD 1.29


  • Genuine Is That One Word

    By HellsAssasin
    I don’t know much about this genre of music, overall it’s never appealed to me let alone become my go to. But I gotta say, with every new release of songs, KW seems to be on a trek of self discovery, of exile, beyond the streets, beyond the seas, beyond the trees and beyond the desert, in an effort to find something, discover something, unearth something, personal things. Seemingly, fans and critics are welcome yet not necessary to his purpose. Some might interpret his works and words as those of a self serving egomaniac, his occasional foolish outpourings do support that notion. From the sidelines it’s interesting to watch as he continues to mature. His ego, his fears, fears that are/were the likening of a child, are no longer fully in control. He has the courage to strike forward, diverting away from what is comfortable. A true artist I would say. I very much look forward to more of his projects. Hit or miss, this is his journey. As such, one can find comfort and strength when it seemingly parallels our own journey, or choose to criticize in an exercise of self importance. Keep in mind the effort. If the effort is genuine, there is genuine results. If I only had one word to describe his overall works and specifically this project, genuine is that one word.
  • I love this.

    By @lph@m@le
    This i love.
  • Ye!?

    By Awesome guy!🐷
  • Shocked

    By jpizze
    Kanye again .
  • IDEK

    By E-money9697
    This isn’t even bad, there are some good tracks on this. The people trashing this have no taste in music. They probably listen to Kodak Black, Migos, and 6ix9ine.
  • Gm

    By @franpengu
    Gm fam, we wavy. make sure to keep it loopy. wrong album
  • This album changed my life

    By TuckTuck K
    Back before I was super into rap I had listened to a few albums, Luv is rage 2 by lil Uzi and Gemini by Macklemore, but neither of those hit my like this. I was in school one day and I was on Spotify and i searched kanye west and I saw he dropped an album that day. I started listening to the album. I thought about killing you hit me in ways I never thought possible, I never listened to anything like this album and it gets so much hate. The subject matter dealing with his bipolarism and his relationship with Kim West is amazing. This album gets so much hate but it’s such an amazing album.
  • this album changed my life

    By b0ss hdo b0ss
    From songs about confidence & self-empowerment to humility and love, this album was the opposite of a failure; Kanye is a visionary. The ideas on this record are mature, personal, and brutally honest, so it should come as no surprise that it would fail to appease his usual audience, likely now accustomed to lyrics saturated in hedonic themes and selfish ideas. Philosophically, Kanye seems to have out-grown his manic selfishness in favor a philanthropic dream. Despite the opening tracks title, the record ends on an optimistic note and tells a story of a troubled man finding solace in family and his spiritual faith - arguably more transcendent truths than fame or success. Kanye isn’t speaking on popular subjects; he’s speaking honestly, and it’s one of the most refreshing things I’ve heard recently. Sincerely, a new fan - dan
  • What animal died to make this song?

    By ChloeRitter
  • Brilliant

    By jjsurfer41
    Sorry it’s not main stream, Hollywood.

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