Posted by , Oct 23, 2014 at 09:09am
Kanye West's first three albums are absolutely legendary. The "School Days" as we're referring to them here, featured numerous hits along with some deeper cuts that never saw radio or music video treatment.

Kanye West cut his teeth producing records for the likes of Jay Z, but has since left his mark as one of the greatest rappers of the past 15 years. His influence on rap music and culture top notch, only to be met by the top dogs in the game.

While Yeezus has received mix reviews, the first three albums are pretty unanimously heralded as some of the finest hip-hop music in our lifetime. With countless hits, including "Jesus Walks," "Gold Digger," "Stronger" and so many more, these records launched Kanye West in to the mainstream at light speed.

We could easily compile a list of the dopest singles from those albums, but that wouldn't be all too much fun. So with the popular tunes aside, let's take a look at some of the lesser-known tracks from Yeezus' early days.

#TBT: Deep Cuts From Kanye West's School Days

Kanye West's first three albums are absolutely legendary. The "School Days" as we're referring to them here, featured numerous hits along with some deeper cuts that never saw radio or music video treatment.


Kanye West cut his teeth producing records for the likes of Jay Z, but has since left his mark as one of the greatest rappers of the past 15 years. His influence on rap music and culture top notch, only to be met by the top dogs in the game.

While Yeezus has received mix reviews, the first three albums are pretty unanimously heralded as some of the finest hip-hop music in our lifetime. With countless hits, including "Jesus Walks," "Gold Digger," "Stronger" and so many more, these records launched Kanye West in to the mainstream at light speed.

We could easily compile a list of the dopest singles from those albums, but that wouldn't be all too much fun. So with the popular tunes aside, let's take a look at some of the lesser-known tracks from Yeezus' early days.

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