The Bossip Boombox: The Yeezy Effect

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We’re sure you’ve still been busy watching the throne and getting your fill of everything Hova and Kanye related. So we decided to switch it up and take it back, waaaaay back for your listening pleasure. Before Mr.West was the Louis Vitton Don he was making hits for some of your favorite artists and even a movie soundtrack. So sit back and enjoy some GOOD Music produced with that ever so special Yeezy Effect.

Talib Kweli – Good To You
Where do we even start? Talib on a Ye produced track riding an Al Green sample. You’re welcome.

Beanie Sigel – The Truth
One of the first Roc A Fella tracks Kanye ever produced, the heat of this Sigel track translated to minor success for him but cemented Ye as a major problem in the studio.

Mos Def feat. Faith Evans – Brown Sugar (Extra Sweet)
This hot track is off the Brown Sugar soundtrack, marking Kanye’s first time appearing on a movie soundtrack and one of his first times working with Mos Def.

T.I. – Doin’ My Job
Clearly Yeezy was doin his job when he created this hit for Clifford and helped Trap Muzik go platinum, not many people know he produced this joint but now you can say you do.

Jay Z – Girls, Girls, Girls Remix
Even though this classic song was only a bonus track on The Blueprint and was released back in 2001, it showed that even then, between Hov and Kanye the throne has been theirs for the taking.

As a Bossip Boombox Bonus, head to the next page to check out a video of Yeezy’s first feature on a song. Can you guess what it is?

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