It's been 12 years since the release of Kanye West's debut album 'The College Dropout' and in that decade he had become a staple of hip-hop, which can mainly be attributed to these 18 career defining moments of his.
Dreams come true.
Kanye West has helped produce the debut album of a rapper who randomly freestyled for him on the street.
Rapper Cameron Grey, who went viral last year when he stopped Yeezy outside of a club and impressed with a freestyle, had his dreams come true.
According to TMZ , Kanye actually phoned him up following the epic moment and organised studio time for him, as well as hooking Grey up with his Grammy-winning producer Anthony Kilhoffer.
Grey is now set to drop his debut album ‘Cocaine Ferrari’ – which will reportedly feature a “360-degree virtual reality music experience”.
Check out the first song from the album called ‘Never About Us’ below:
Interestingly, GOOD Music rapper Big Sean was actually signed by Kanye in similar circumstances.
Then-unknown rapper Sean stopped Kanye West while he was on a visit to a US radio station and dropped his best bars for the 'TLOP' hitmaker.