Relive Classic Kanye West With ARIUS’s ‘Produced By K. West For Very Good Beats/Hip-Hop Since 1978’ (Exclusive)
As we await more news regarding Kanye West‘s 2016 album release, we felt it was the perfect time to dive back into classic ‘Ye. With this project, that’s just what we do. ARIUS, formerly known to us all as ESSNTL, took it upon himself to dive back into the vaults and bring some classic Kanye West production back to the forefront with an hour long mix.
“With Ye’s ‘SWISH’ on the horizon in a few weeks, I wanted to create something super special to highlight his music and other things of that nature, but I didn’t want to just make a mix of songs and guest verses. So, I decided to compile all of the instrumentals that I’ve had lying around into one kind of cohesive project. Produced by K.West for Very Good Beats/Hip-Hop Since 1978 is a one-of-a-kind piece of art that delves into the many differently levels of production from Mr. West. It is also the song/producing publishing licensing that he creates his music under so I figured that the title was appropriate.”
Stream Produced By K.West For Very Good Beats/Hip-Hop Since 1978 below. Check the tracklist and official artwork afterwards.
1. Congratulations/The Life Of Flashing Lights (Intro)
2. Flashing Lights.
3. 88-Keys – Stay Up (Viagra)
4. Common – Real People.
5. Jay-Z & Kanye – No Church In The Wild.
6. Common – Be (Intro)
7. Lil’ Kim – I Came Back For You.
8. All Falls Down.
9. Jay-Z – This Can’t Be Life.
10. Alicia Keys – You Don’t Know My Name.
11. Jay-Z – Run This Town.
13. The Game – Whole City Behind Us.
14. Common – My Way Home.
15. Scarface – Guess Who’s Back.
16. G.O.O.D. Music – Christmas In Harlem.
17. Common – Break My Heart.
18. Runaway (Noise Vocal Sample Edit)
20. Common – Southside.
21. Monica – Knock Knock.
25. Jay-Z – ’03 Bonnie & Clyde.
26. Dwele – Hold On (Remix)
27. Game – Wouldn’t Get Far.
28. Common – U, Black Maybe.
29. Common – Faithful.
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