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Kanye West – Last Call
American singer-songwriter and music star, Kanye West, known for his incredible talent and unique style, has blessed us with a mesmerizing single titled "Last Call". This song, released in 2004, showcases Kanye's exceptional songwriting and composition skills, making it an absolute must-listen.

"Last Call" is a captivating track that effortlessly captures the essence of love. Its heartfelt lyrics and melodic arrangement create an enchanting atmosphere that resonates with listeners. This timeless piece is a testament to Kanye's ability to craft beautiful music that stands the test of time.

The song "Last Call" is featured on Kanye West's critically acclaimed album, "The College Dropout". This project, released in 2004, marked a significant milestone in Kanye's career, solidifying his position as a groundbreaking artist in the music industry.

Produced by the talented trio of Kanye West, Evidence and Porse, "Last Call" showcases their exceptional production skills. The seamless blend of captivating beats and soulful melodies creates a sonic experience that is both captivating and unforgettable.

In conclusion, Kanye West's "Last Call" is a masterpiece that showcases his immense talent and creativity. With its heartfelt lyrics, mesmerizing composition, and exceptional production, this song is a true gem in Kanye's discography. Don't miss out on experiencing the magic of "Last Call" - listen, share, and download this incredible track today.

Kanye West Last Call Lyrics:
(Let's run it, let's run it, let's run it)
Yo, fuck you, Kanye, first and foremost
For making me do this shit, muhfucker
Had to throw everybody out the muhfuckin' room
'Cause they don't fuckin'

I'd like to propose a toast
I said toast, motherfucker

And I am
(Here's to the Roc)
And they ask me, they ask me, they ask me, I tell them
(Here's to Roc-A-Fella)
Raise your glasses, your glasses, your glasses to the sky and
(Here's to the Roc)
This is the last call for alcohol, for the
(Mr. Rockefeller)
So get your ass up off the wall

The all around the world Digital Underground Pac
The Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer of the Roc
I take my chain, my 15 seconds of fame
And come back next year with the whole fucking game
Ain't nobody expect Kanye to end up on top
They expected that College Dropout to drop and then flop
Then maybe he stop savin' all the good beats for himself
Roc-A-Fella's only niggas that helped
My money was thinner than Sean Paul's goatee hair
Now Jean Paul Gaultier cologne fill the air, here
They say he bougie, he big-headed
Would you please stop talking about how my dick head is
Flow infectious, give me 10 seconds
I'll have a buzz bigger than insects in Texas
It's funny how wasn't nobody interested
'Til the night I almost killed myself in Lexus

Now I am
(Here's to the Roc)
And they ask me, they ask me, they ask me, I tell them
(Here's to Roc-A-Fella)
Raise your glasses, your glasses, your glasses to the sky and
(Here's to the Roc)
This is the last call for alcohol, for the
(Mr. Rockefeller)
So get your ass up off the wall

Now was Kanye the most overlooked? Yes sir
Now is Kanye the most overbooked? Yes sir
Though the fans want the feeling of A Tribe Called Quest
But all they got left is this guy called West
That'll take Freeway, throw him on tracks with Mos Def
When you call him Kwa-li or Kwe-li, I put him on songs with Jay-Z
I'm the Gap like Banana Republic and Old Navy, and ooh
It come out sweeter than old Sadie
Nice as Bun-B when I met him at the Source awards
Girl he had with him, ass coulda won the horse awards
And I was almost famous, now everybody love Kanye
I'm almost Raymond
Some say he arrogant. Can y'all blame him?
It was straight embarrassing how y'all played him
Last year shoppin' my demo, I was tryna shine
Every motherfucker told me that I couldn't rhyme
Now I could let these dream killers kill my self-esteem
Or use my arrogance as the steam to power my dreams
I use it as my gas, so they say that I'm gassed
But without it I'd be last, so I ought to laugh
So I don't listen to the suits behind the desk no more
You niggas wear suits 'cause you can't dress no more
You can't say shit to Kanye West no more
I rocked 20,000 people, I was just on tour, nigga
I'm Kan, the Louis Vuitton Don
Bought my mom a purse, now she Louis Vuitton Mom
I ain't play the hand I was dealt, I changed my cards
I prayed to the skies and I changed my stars
I went to the malls and I balled too hard
"Oh my God, is that a black card?"
I turned around and replied, "Why yes
But I prefer the term African American Express"
Brains, power, and muscle, like Dame, Puffy, and Russell
Your boy back on his hustle, you know what I've been up to
Killin' y'all niggas on that lyrical shit
Mayonnaise-colored Benz, I push Miracle Whips

And I am
(Here's to the Roc)
And they ask me, they ask me, they ask me, I tell them
(Here's to Roc-A-Fella)
Raise your glasses, your glasses, your glasses to the sky and
(Here's to the Roc)
This is the last call for alcohol for my niggas
(Mr. Rockefeller)
So get your ass up off the wall

So this A&R over at Roc-A-Fella, named Hip Hop
Picked the "Truth" beat for Beanie
And I was in the session with him, I had my demo with me
You know, like I always do
I played a songs, he's like "Who that spittin'?" I'm like "It's me"
He's like, "Oh, okay."
Uh, he started talkin' to me on the phone, going back and forth
Just askin' me to send him beats
And I think he's tryna get into managing producers
'Cause he had this other kid named Just Blaze he was messin' with
And um, he was friends with my mentor, No I.D.
And No I.D. told him
"Look, man, if you wanna mess with Kanye you gotta tell him that you like the way he rap"
I was all, I dunno if he was gassin' me or not
But he's like he wanna manage me as a rapper and a producer
I'm like, oh shit
I was messin' with, uh, D-Dot also
People were like this, started talking about the ghost production
But that's how I got in the game
If it wasn't for that, I wouldn't be here
So you know, after they picked that "Truth" beat
I was figuring I was gonna get some more work
But shit just wasn't poppin' off like that
I was stayin' in Chicago, I had my own apartment
I be doin' like just beats for local acts just to try to keep the lights on
And then to go out and buy, get a Pelle Pelle off lay-away
Get some Jordans or something or get a TechnoMarine
That's what we wore back then
I made this one beat where I sped up this Harold Melvin sample
I played it for Hip over the phone
He's like, "Oh, yo that shit is crazy
Jay might want it for this compilation album he doin' called The Dynasty"
And at that time, like the drums really weren't soundin' right to me
So I went and um, I was listening to Dre Chronic 2001 at that time
And really I just, like bit the drums off "Xxplosive"
And put it like with it sped up sample
And now it's kind of like my whole style, where it started
When he rapped on "This Can't be Life"
And that was like, really the first beat of that kind that was on The Dynasty album
I could say that was the the resurgence of the soul sound
You know, I got to come in and track the beat
And at the time I was still with my other management
I really wanted to roll with Hip Hop
Just I, I just needed some fresh air, you know what I'm sayin'?
'Cause I, I been there for a while
I appreciate what they did for me but
You know there's a time in every man's life where he gotta make a change
And try to move up to the next level
That day I came and I tracked the beat and I got to meet Jay-Z and he said
"Oh, you a real soulful dude"
And he, uh, played the song 'cause he already spit his verse by the time I got to the studio
You know he do it one take
He said tell me what you think of this
And I heard it, and I was thinking like, man
I really wanted more like of the simple type Jay-Z
I ain't want like the, the more introspective, complicated rhy- or the, in my personal opinion
So he asked me, "What you think of it?"
And I was like, "Man, that shit tight," you know what I'm sayin'? What I'ma tell him?
I was on the train, man, you know
So after that I went back home
And, man I'm, I'm just in Chicago, I'm tryna do my thing
You know, I got groups, I got acts I'm tryna get on
And like wasn't nothin really like poppin' off the way it should have been
One of my homies that was one of my artists, he got signed
But it was supposed to really go through my production company
But he ended up going straight with the company
So, like I'm just straight holdin' the phone
Gettin' the bad news that dude was tryna leave my company
And I got evicted at the same time
So I went down and tracked the beats from him
And I took that money, came back, packed all my shit up in a U-Haul
Maybe about ten days before I had to actually get out
So I ain't have to deal with the landlord, 'cause he's a jerk
Me and my mother drove to
Newark, New Jersey, I hadn't even seen my apartment
I remember I pulled up, I unpacked all my shit
You know, we went to IKEA, I bought a bed, I put the bed together myself
I loaded up all my equipment, and the first beat I made was, uh, "Heart of the City"
And Beans was still working on his album at that time
So I came up there to Baseline, it was Beans' birthday, matter of fact
And I played like seven beats
And, you know I guess he was in the zone, he already had the beats that he wanted
I had did "Nothing Like It" already at that time
But then Jay walked in
I remember he had a Gucci bucket hat on
I remember it like, like it was yesterday
And Hip Hop said, "Yo, play that one beat for him"
So I played "Heart of the City"
And really I made "Heart of the City," I really wanted to give that beat to DMX
Then I played another beat, then I played another beat
And I remember that Gucci bucket, he took it and like put it over his face
And made one of them faces like, ooh
Two days later I'm in Baseline and I seen Dame
Dame didn't know who I was and I was like, "Yo, what's up I'm Kanye"
"You that kid that gave all them beats to Jay? Yo, this nigga got classics to your beats, B"
You know how he talk his shit
I'm like "oh, shit"
And all this time I'm starstruck, man
I'm still thinking 'bout, you know I'm picturing these niggas on the show
The Streets is Watching or whatever
I'm lookin', these were superstars in my eyes
And they still are, you know
So, Jay came in and he spit all these songs like in one day, and in two days
I gotta bring up one thing, you know, go back to in story
The day I did the 'Can't be Life' beat I tracked
I remember Lenny S, he had some Louis Vuitton sneakers on, he think he fly
And Hip Hop was there, I think Ty-Ty, John Meneilly, a bunch of people
I didn't know all these people at the time, they was in the room, and I said, "Yo, Jay I could rap"
And I spit this rap that said, uh "I'm killin' y'all niggas on that lyrical shit
Mayonnaise colored Benz, I push miracle whips"
And I saw his eyes light up when I said that line
But you know the rest, the rap was like real wack and shit, so that's all the response
He said, "Man, that was tight"
And that was it, you know, I ain't get no deal or nothin'
Okay, fast forward
So, Blueprint, "H to the Izzo," my first hit single
And I just took that proudly, built relationships with people
My relationship with Kweli I think was one of the best ones to ever happen to my career as a rapper
Because, you know, of course later he allowed me to go on tour with him
Man, I appre-, I love him for that
And at this time, you know I didn't have a deal
I had songs, and I had relationships with all these A&R's
'Cause they wanted beats from me, so they'd call me up, I'd play them some beats
"Gimme a beat that sound like Jay-Z"
You know, they dick riders, whatever
So I'll play them these post-Blueprint beats or whatever and then I'll play my shit
I'll be like, "Yo, but I rap too"
Ayy, I guess they was lookin' at me crazy 'cause you know
'Cause I ain't have a jersey on or whatever
Everybody out there listen here
I played them 'Jesus Walks' and they didn't sign me
You know what happened, it was some A&R's that fucked with me though
But then like the heads, it'd be somebody at the company that'll say "nah"
Like, Dave Lighty fucked with me, my nigga Mel brought me to a bunch of labels
Jessica Rivera, man
I'm not gonna say nothin' to mess my promotion up
Let's just say I ain't get my deal
The nigga that was behind me, I mean, he wasn't even a nigga
The person that actually kicked everything off was Joe 3H from Capitol Records
He wanted to sign me really bad
Dame was like, "Yo, you got a deal with Capitol? Okay, man, just make sure it's not wack"
Then one day I just went ahead and played it
I wanted to play some songs, cause you know Cam was in the room, Young Guru, and Dame was in the room
So I played, actually it's a song you'll never hear
Well maybe I might use it so, it's called 'Wow'
I go to Jacob with 25 thou', you go with 25 hundred, wow
I got eleven plaques on my walls right now
You got your first gold single, damn, nigga, wow"
Like the chorus went like
Don't bite that chorus, I might still use it
So I play that song for him and he's like "oh, shit"
"I ain't gonna front, it's kinda hot"
Like they still weren't looking at me like a rapper
And I'm sure Dame figured
Like, man, if he do a whole album, if his raps is wack
At least we can throw Cam on every song and save the album, you know
So, uh, Dame took me into the hallway
He's like "Yo, man, B, B, you don't want a brick, you don't want a brick"
"You gotta be under an umbrella or you'll get rained on"
I told Hip Hop and Hip Hop was like, "oh, word?"
Actually, even with that I was still about to take the deal with Capitol
'Cause it was already on the table and 'cause of my relationship with 3H
That, you know, 'cause I told him I was gonna do it, and I'm a man of my word
I was gonna roll with what I said I was gonna do
Then, you know, I'm not gonna name no names
But people told me, "Oh, he's just a producer rapper"
And told 3H that told the heads of the Capitol
And right, the day I'm talking about, I planned out everything I was gonna do, man
I had picked out clothes, I already started booking studio sessions
I started arranging my album, thinking of marketing schemes, man, I was ready to go
And, and they had Mel call me, they said, "Yo, Capitol pulled on the deal"
And, you know I told them that Roc-A-Fella was interested and
I don't know if they thought that was just something I was saying to gas them up
To try to push the price up or whatever
I went up,I called G, I said, "Man, you think we could still get that deal with Roc-A-Fella?"

So won't you raise your glass, won't you?
So won't you raise your glass, won't you?
So won't you raise your glass, won't you?
So won't you raise your glass, won't you?

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