The Complete History of Kanye West Guest Verses

Consequence's "The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly" (2003)

Album: Don't Quit Your Day Job
Producer: Kanye West
Label: G.O.O.D. Music/Columbia

Consequence has had a long, complex, and confusing career and "The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly" might be the best song to come out of it. While 'Quence carries his weight Kanye runs away with the track. He's responsible for the beat, a wonderful example of the soul sample style which helped make him famous, the hook, and the record's best verse. "Good morning to um, I don't remember your name/But I remember the brain, here go a 'fin' for the train."

The track later turned on on Cons' debut album in 2007.



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