Graduation - Kanye West


Kanye West

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2007-09-11
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 14
  • Album Price: 9.99
  • A Roc-A-Fella Records release; ℗ 2007 UMG Recordings, Inc.
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Title Artist Time
Good Morning Kanye West 3:15
Champion Kanye West 2:47
Stronger Kanye West 5:11
I Wonder Kanye West 4:03
Good Life (feat. T-Pain) Kanye West 3:27
Can't Tell Me Nothing Kanye West 4:31
Barry Bonds (feat. Lil Wayne) Kanye West 3:24
Drunk and Hot Girls (feat. Mos Kanye West 5:13
Flashing Lights (feat. Dwele) Kanye West 3:57
Everything I Am (feat. DJ Prem Kanye West 3:47
The Glory Kanye West 3:32
Homecoming (feat. Chris Martin Kanye West 3:23
Big Brother Kanye West 4:47
Good Night (feat. Mos Def & Al Kanye West 3:05


  • It’s not bad

    By mxskywalker13
    To quote a YouTuber named Chaze, “I know I sound like a broken record when I say this but I like the concept.” This certainly isn’t like The College Dropout or Late Registration, but I understand the concept Kanye is trying to get across the album, and I like that, but Late Registration is still far superior, as is The College Dropout.
  • Homecoming best song ever

    By qeeryshshdhgdbsbfhf
    Love that I wonder sampled labi siffre
  • Best purchase with my Apple gift card

    By BlueBunnyanimations
  • Good night.

    By TylerKendrickKanye
    I don’t wanna say goodbye to you, so I’ll just say good night.
  • His best

    By 1234597891011
    None of his albums can top this one, with times it only gets stronger. I wonder if it will ever reach big milestone
  • The last decent true Ye album!

    By Willy 2 da G
    That's right kids, this was the last Kanye rap album worth anything. I can still get some enjoyment out of this one. That being said, I only give it 4 stars because with this album, you can already see the beginning of Ye's great downfall, you can definitely tell that Kanye was trying to go more mainstream with this one, if only we had known how far off the deep end he would go on future releases! While this album does have some great moments (Big Brother being an obvious favorite for any true hip hop fan), it's still not on the same level as his first two albums. I even saw one review where the person was trying to say that not only is this Ye's best album, but maybe the best album of all time. When I read that I wondered if that particular reviewer was smoking crack.
  • Absolute masterpiece.

    By hf hf h f
    Kanye West’s best album. Arguably the best rap album of all time.

    By VoteQuinci Renee Smith Slater
  • He’s always been nuts

    By Pick My Boogers Please!
    I DO NOT SUPPORT KANYE WEST OR ANYTHING HE SAID ABOUT JEWS. But I do like his music. I don’t normally like hip hop but he crafts it so well and produces unique ideas no one else in any genre would have thought up. His irresponsible behavior has all the signs of pure insanity. He’s nutty as peanut butter, but I don’t agree that his music needs to be taken down. In fact the people outraged at his bad comments are probably the ones who supported and cheered him on when he terrorized Taylor Swift at the Grammys in 2010(?). Yeah don’t support him as a human being but you can’t erase his music. It contributed a lot to African American culture despite him. Besides, does anyone remember No Vaseline by Ice Cube? Swindler’s Lust by Public Enemy? I think rap music is jammed packed with antisemites, but we’re picking on the one who is genuinely mentally ill. It’s easier to pick on him because those artists are liberal and Kanye is notoriously conservative. I hate both political parties equally, I’m not biased. I don’t even like rap music, I’m a metalhead! I will repeat that I do not support what he’s done publicly, but his creations are wonderful generally and erasing them would mean wiping out a great deal of modern rap (which I wouldn’t mind seeing given lousy crap like Pound Town and WAP).
  • I love you Mr West

    By sub to peds
    Please drop ¥$

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