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We posted this sometime back, and being that this album is pretty slept on, we're bringing it back once again. These two joints are featured on Chicago's Grav's Down To Earth, circa 1996, showcasing 'Ye's early production which was much more boom-bap oriented, and also proves he's been using that Mountain (Long Red) sample for ages now. "City to City" features Al Tariq (Fashion of The Beatnuts) & Lil Ray. Dopeness. Cop the album if you don't own it, features about 8 production credits from Kanye.


Grav - Sick Thoughts (prod. Kanye West)


Grav - Line For Line f. Kanye West


Grav - City To City f. Al Tariq & Lil Ray (prod. Kanye West)

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  • bobbyk

    Never heard of it before but I'm downloading it now

  • :

    I remember when you guys posted this back then

  • FUCK_KANYE

    This was a dope album but Kanye didn't produce shit, this is an early example of that Fatheaded douche putting his name to someone elses beats, ask Grav he will tell you.

  • http://www.iRize.ca I Rize (Breakin Silence Radio)

    Kanye's delivery here far surpasses his early efforts w/ Jay on BP2. Cool shit

  • HiiiLife

    YEEZUS WAS AHEAD OF HIS MUTHAFUCKINNN TIME SONNN!!!!!!!! LOL!!!!!

  • FIFTY

    WOW I HAVE THIS ENTIRE ALBUM ON WAX... NEVER KNEW KANYE WORKED ON IT..

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