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Kanye West Admits to Using Ghostwriters

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For those Yeezy fans who may have thought different, it’s true. Kanye West does NOT write all of his rhymes. Among all of the other controversial tweets that Ye sent out this week, one that may have slipped under the radar was the one where the Chi-Town emcee admitted that “Violent Crimes” on this year’s […]

Kanye West’s Childhood Home Left to Rot After Rhymefest Dispute

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Everything is a process, right? After going through a heavy dispute with his childhood comrade and longtime collaborator Rhymefest, the childhood home of Kanye West has been left to rot becoming a Chicago squatter’s paradise, The Daily Mail reports. Born Che Smith, Rhymefest was mentored by Kanye’s mother the late Donda West, triggering their childhood […]

Rhymefest And Mac Lethal Team Up With Australia’s K21 For His Debut Album “Any Given D-Day”

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Australia’s K21 has released his long-awaited and eagerly anticipated debut studio album on Golden Era Records titled Any Given D-Day recently. The album features long-time Kanye West collaborator and Grammy Award-winning Chicago emcee Rhymefest (El Che), Kansas City’s rapid-fire Mac Lethal and Australian kings Hilltop Hoods, Funkoars and Remi amongst others. The 12-track release is a […]

Kanye West Co-Writer Rhymefest Suggests The Rapper Needs To Seek Mental Counseling

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Rhymefest‘s working relationship with Kanye West spans over a decade, dating back to Ye’s first album. From the Grammy Award-winning “Jesus Walks” off of College Dropout to “New Slaves” from his penultimate project Yeezus, Rhymefest imprint on Kanye’s career has been consistent. With Ye’s latest album The Life of Pablo finally released Rhymefest has recently taken to Twitter to explain why he didn’t contribute on […]

‘In My Father’s House’ Screens at ABFF

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Most of us Kanye fans might recognize rapper Rhymefest as the co-writer of the Academy Award wining track “Jesus Walks,” but this documentary delves far deeper than Rhymefest’s career and addresses the common problem of the absentee father.