Kanye West ft. T-Pain - The Good Life

Posted 9 years ago
Tags: Kanye West , Club
Featuring:
Producer:
K. West, DJ Toomp & Jon Brion
Album:
Graduation

The third single off Kanye West’ upcoming third album, Graduation, has arrived and man, is it good!  Produced by Ye’ himself, along with help from DJ Toomp and Late Registration collaborator, Jon Brion, The Good Life is everything you’d expect from a song with such a title.  Using a sample from Michael Jackson’s hit, Pretty Young Thing, the song has a feel good vibe that will translate into spins at clubs, weddings, strip clubs, bar mitzvahs, and house parties for the next decade.  All that, and no mention yet to be made about the feature artist, T-Pain?  Kanye West doesn’t need Teddy to make this song a hit, but heck, everyone else is using him, so why not?  It’s the good life, baby!

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