It's hard to imagine where hip-hop would be right now if Kanye West was never in the game. He's been an icon for the production, rhyme, and overall style of how many MCs portray themselves today. With hip-hop embracing more dance music vibes, it's interesting to take a look at how Kanye's interacted with the dance music scene over the years. Be it a disagreement, big sample, or full-on collaboration, Kanye's growth has occurred during dance music's rise in popularity in the mainstream. DAD won't say this happened hand in hand, but take a look back, see who he's interacted with, and ponder how he'll work alongside electronic music from this point on.
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