The Complete History of Kanye West Guest Verses

Bump J's "Pusha Man" (2004)

Album: Nothing To Lose
Producer: Kanye West
Label: N/A

Unfortunately, Bump’s deal didn’t work out and Nothing to Lose was shelved indefinitely, but that’s not before Kanye gave Bump some of the better beats from The College Dropout-era. “Pusha Man” featured and was produced by 'Ye, who gave Bump a crazy verse that finally addressed the most frequent mistake of Kanye’s early career: “I’m Kanye not Kayne, but to you, I’m Rick James, bitch.”

Despite Bump’s current legal situation, 'Ye still finds time to shout out his homie, most recently on Chief Keef’s “I Don’t Like (Remix)” with: “Free Bump J, real nigga for life.”

Fun Fact: Many of Ye and Bump’s collaborations were recorded and spearheaded by Kanye’s righthand man IBN JASPER, a mutual friend of both parties.

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