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Jay Z sold CD's out of his car, no record label would sign Kanye West and one actually dropped Beyoncé. Believe it or not, everyone gets knocked back before they make it. Together with Coca Cola, we think you should #ChooseHappiness and follow your dreams just like these artists did, whatever hurdles you may come across!
Before 'Ye's debut album The College Dropout was released and he became a household name, the rapper worked as an in-house producer at Roc-A-Fella records and is often credited for much of the success Jay Z's 2001 album The Blueprint found. Kanye's aim was always to make it big as a rapper, but being an established producer everyone saw that as his role first and foremost. In the end, Damon Dash reluctantly signed Kanye to Roc-A-Fella Records, just to make sure he didn't lose him as a producer.
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