As he’s known to do, Kanye West employed a wide range of samples for his latest album ‘ye,’ digging in the crates to craft his latest sonic soundscape. Taking cues from many of his past albums, Kanye borrows elements of gospel, hip-hop, electronic music and even Chicano doo-wop. It marks the second album in as many weeks that he’s fully produced, following Pusha-T’s ‘DAYTONA,’ and he’s set to handle at least three more G.O.O.D Music releases before the end of the month. Genius put together a full breakdown of the samples and references Kanye employs on the project that have been confirmed to-date.
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