Yeezus has risen, Tom has weighed in, and you can hear it legally now. But if you want to dig a little bit deeper into your listening, Babylon Cartel’s Gianni Lee and Mike Blud have made a mix of songs they think Kanye West sampled for the album. The collection is not perfect — “Black Skinhead” does not actually sample Marilyn Manson’s “The Beautiful People,” as per the credits. It also nods to the C-Murder reference by calling the song West quotes on “Blood On The Leaves” a Snoop Dogg song, but hey! Yeezy name-dropped the wrong housing project C-Murder grew up in, so we’re not working with a perfect science here. Check it out below and download here.

Yeezus is out now via Roc-A-Fella/Def Jam.

Comments (2)
  1. Most underrated thing of any Ye release is being introduced to new music via the samples.
    That Hungarian space rock sample is gonna be played at my coronation if I ever get coronated for some shit.

  2. Gyöngyhajú lány—I couldn’t pronounce it to save my life, but damn do I love this song.

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