Much of Kanye West‘s recently-Platinum-certified 808s & Heartbreak revolves around a “relationship from hell” scenario (as we’ve heard on Love Lockdown and Heartless). On the final chapter of that story-within-a-story, Kanye’s finally mustered up the courage to move forward and leave her behind, telling her, “See You In My Nightmares.” Lil Wayne jumps on board the new single to drive the message home in his own unique style (”You think your ish don’t stink but you are Mrs. P-U”), spitting over Kanye and No I.D.‘s epic synth-string production. If you enjoyed the new sound West pioneered with 808s & Heartbreak, you’ll want to stay tuned for the April 7th release of Rebirth, which will showcase Weezy’s take on Auto-Tune-rock.
Written by Burmy on 02/12/09
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