When Kanye West is at the top of his game, Hip Hop is naturally stronger. After releasing a snippet of his new single, Stronger, on his Online-only mixtape (Can’t Tell Me Nothing: The Mixtape) the buzz began to build over the level of greatness Kanye would take his music on Graduation (his third studio album.) After leaking the single and video for Can’t Tell Me Nothing, the curtain has officially been raised on Stronger. Using a sample from Daft Punk’s Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger, West creates a retro throwback that should help to further establish the ability of Hip Hop to be genre bending.
Written by DJ Z on 06/7/07
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