Kanye West - Can’t Tell Me Nothing

Posted 9 years ago
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Ready to finally graduate from the college he dropped out of because he was late to register, Kanye West has unleashed the first single off his September bound release.  Can’t Tell Me Nothing, co-produced by veteran beatsmith DJ Toomp, is a blatant representation of West’ personality and ego.  His verses are carefully worded and tightly packed around a chorus that has West exclaiming the song’s title over what seems eerily close to Young Jeezy’s classic drone laugh.  Three LP’s into his career it seems as though his personality and swagger are still the same; lucky for us his music is too.

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