Kanye West Mixtapes
- Best In The WorldJon Connor recently signed to Aftermath, but it hasn't affectedhis ability to release free music. Today, the rapper releases Best In The World which finds him going in over 20 of Kanye West's most memorable instrumentals. The long-winded alternative title for the project is The Late Registration Of A College Dropout Who Had A Dark Twisted Fantasy Of 808s And Heartbreak. Hosted by DJ Drama.
- G.O.O.D. Ass MixtapeThese artists are featured on the project: Consequence, Common, Talib Kweli, CyHi Da Prynce, Shawn Chrystopher, Kanye West, Paije, GLC, Lil Wayne, Beyonce, Charlie Wilson, Major, Melanie Fiona. Thoughts? If you're feeling this, make sure to hit up Perajok's profile page for the latest info, news, songs, and mixtapes.
- 2001 Demo Tape (Unreleased)Hear 2001 Demo Tape (Unreleased) , the latest project from Kanye West, released on Sunday, April 21st, 2013. Kanye West continues to impress with each new leak, and 2001 Demo Tape (Unreleased) is no exception. It's strengthens Kanye West's already impressive body of work, which has seen positive change over the years. We're most definitely anticipating Kanye West's next offering. How do you feel about the production here? Check out Kanye West on Home (Windy).
- G.O.O.D. Morning & G.O.O.D. Night (Deconstructed)Way back in 2009, G.O.O.D. Music's Malik Yusef released his sophomore album G.O.O.D. Morning & G.O.O.D. Night. While not exactly a radio-success, the LP went on to sell in excess of 600,000 copies, gaining acclaim for Yusef's poignant spoken-word stylings and some stellar guest appearances. For those of us who slept on Yusef's G.O.O.D. Music debut, the album has now resurfaced in revised (read: "Deconstructed") form. Featuring much of the same material included in the retail release, the new rendition piles on some new guest features and original tunes.
- 31 Days (Hosted By Don Cannon)For those unfamiliar, Eskeerdo is a GRAMMY-award-winning emcee/songwriter out of South Florida who's written for the likes of Kanye West, Rihanna and more. 31 Days is his latest project, which finds him rhyming about "his past, his struggle, his relationships and his climb" over popular instrumentals both new and old, from Tupac and TLC to ScHoolboy Q and Pharrell. Can you dig it? Let us know what you think, folks.