Kanye West – The Prerequisite (Unreleased Demos)

This is quite a find. A collection of rare and unreleased Kanye demo tracks circa 2001. Ripped and emancipated by a contributor at the KanyeToThe forums, the tape is 15 tracks of previously unheard Ye tracks and some early demo versions of songs that would go on to help define Kanye’s career, such as “All Falls Down” and “Jesus Walks”.

1. Home (Windy)
2. Jesus Walks
3. Have It Your Way
4. Out Of Your Mind
5. Wow!
6. Need To Know
7. Gotta Pose
8. Never Letting Go (The Stalker Song)
9. Hey Mama
10. Know The Game
11. Family Business
12. Dream Come True
13. Freestyle
14. Last Freestyle
15. Heartbeat

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Previously: D’banj ft. Kanye West – Scape Goat (Remix) | Yasiin Bey Brings Out Kanye West In Paris (HD Footage)


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34 Responses to “Kanye West – The Prerequisite (Unreleased Demos)”

  1. ayo Says:

    Luv the dough

    ^

    Thas the one

    Shoulda been a single

  2. harlem world Says:

    how could they let frank white get killed in l.a

    where was the retaliation

    where was the getback

  3. cOLD Says:

    you’re nobody till somebody kills you

    remains one of, if not my fav biggie song.

    Biggie used to dance…

    like serious tew step in the booth.

    shits official

    only the feds I fear

    heres a tissue

    stop ya bloodclaat cryin’

  4. A-1 Says:

    B VERY FUCCN CLEAR..Life after Death by The Notorious B.I.G. is THE CLASSIC OF CLASSICS..Número Uno..u cannot name a better hip hop album than dat..and honestly..ill put it up against any album in any genre..it’s DAT FUCCN GOOD

  5. dark skin jermaine Says:

    eternalized in a biggie song

    whats fucking with that.

  6. harlem world Says:

    A-1 Says:
    April 22nd, 2013 at 10:12 am

    B VERY FUCCN CLEAR..Life after Death by The Notorious B.I.G. is THE CLASSIC OF CLASSICS..Número Uno..u cannot name a better hip hop album than dat..and honestly..ill put it up against any album in any genre..it’s DAT FUCCN GOOD

    ==================
    cosign

  7. dark skin jermaine Says:

    the hip hop version of Tarantino…

    woulda paid a grip to sit in on a biggie session

    niggas who was privvy to that >>>

    Imagine them hard beats knocking throughout the studio

    and biggie echoing out the booth. Sheesh.

  8. harlem world Says:

    cOLD Says:
    April 22nd, 2013 at 10:12 am

    you’re nobody till somebody kills you

    remains one of, if not my fav biggie song
    =================

    he was too cold with it

  9. A-1 Says:

    Like I wonder what Nas..Rae..Jay..Ghost..Face..Kast..Kiss & Prodigy etc etc felt like after hearin life after death specially since it came out posthumous smh

  10. ayo Says:

    Rule numero uno

    never let them know

    how much dough

    you hold cause you know….

  11. harlem world Says:

    tote glocks at christenings
    hammer cocked
    in the fire positioning..
    what?

  12. dark skin jermaine Says:

    you can be the shit

    flash the phattest five

    have the bigges d@*K

    but when your shell get hit

    you aint worth SHIT!

    just a memory

    remeber he

    used to push the champaign range..

  13. S.I.K.H Says:

    fuck fist fights and lame scuffles.
    ^^
    pillow case to the face make the shell muffle

    Big when focused>>>>

    ox was that nigga
    ^^
    Indeed he was

  14. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    I liked Ready to Die over Life after

    Sound more authentic more hungry

    The street gritty hustle to eat

  15. A-1 Says:

    Dark Skin Jermaine
    1 min ago
    the hip hop version of Tarantino…

    woulda paid a grip to sit in on a biggie session

    niggas who was privvy to that >>>

    Imagine them hard beats knocking throughout the studio

    and biggie echoing out the booth. Sheesh.
    ——–
    O.M.F.G. THIS
    Smh 2 sit around and watch da magician @ work..stringn words 2getha outta thin air..no notebook or pen smmfh Jesus da Notorious jus pleases wit his lyrical thesis smh

    Christopher Wallace>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Infinity

  16. S.I.K.H Says:

    Sorry BUT

    Life After Death was full of filler skippable tracks.Should`ve been one disc.

    I don`t give a fuck!!!

    *grips up*

  17. Troyvul Says:

    Taking fried chicken from a brother…like taking the yamakah off a jew….or cutting the beard off a rab….

    its not gonna happen
    ^
    Lmfao

  18. ayo Says:

    Niggas be holding on to they demos for dear life

    not releasing that shit till way after they blow up

    I see you kanye

    You visible nigga

  19. harlem world Says:

    we got them rugers & lugers & m1’s
    and they allll for saaaale

  20. dark skin jermaine Says:

    O.M.F.G. THIS
    Smh 2 sit around and watch da magician @ work..stringn words 2getha outta thin air..no notebook or pen smmfh Jesus da Notorious jus pleases wit his lyrical thesis smh

    Christopher Wallace>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Infinity

    ^ theres a story of when him and jay were recording Brooklyns Finest… you need this story in your life.

    don’t quite remember the details, but it goes neither of them wanted to lay their verses first…. I think Biggie stalled left out came back smoked blunts, left out again, smoked some more… laid his verse one take. smh.

  21. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    Ar-ab is a walkin indictment been told niggas

  22. A-1 Says:

    THe KiD FRanKiE
    0 mins ago
    I liked Ready to Die over Life after

    Sound more authentic more hungry

    The street gritty hustle to eat
    ———-
    It was mo gritty but MOS DEF NOT mo authentic..nigga by da time life after came out Big had been THRU IT as far as a rapper is concerned..and da authenticity dat came across on life after was a nigga who da been thru it all and lived 2 tell about it..like John Gotti rappn..he personified da king of ny on life after death..Nas & Jay @ dat time wasn’t sure but Big KNEW and dat confidence and swagger came across on dat record..even when he showed venerability ie downfall..Missing you..Biggie Smalls was da illest infuccndeed

  23. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    Bk Finest>>>>>>>

    They was moonwalkin

  24. harlem world Says:

    playa hater skit >>>>

    stevie j >>>>

  25. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    Bigger than life>>

    Big docu I got it surely on YouTube is pretty dope

  26. A-1 Says:

    Master of flows..storytelln..floss..Big DID IT ALL on dat album and it really aint even up 4 debate..da nigga made certified Pac fans and east coast hatas LUV him wit dat album..Dat in itself cemented his greatness

  27. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    “Get it?!? Tu-Pac’s!”

  28. dark skin jermaine Says:

    nowadays niggas barely record in the same studio. The music pays the price… Cause that type of gel, comradary when 2 or 3 niggas get to vibing and laying vocals together >>>

    on Brooklyns Finest, you can hear Biggie doing Hovs adlibs and vice versa.

    Same shit with Nas and Jay on Black Republicans, which to me is the sleeper of all sleepers.

  29. ayo Says:

    your heartbeat sound like sasquatch feet, thundering

  30. Black Says:

    Frank pay attention dem muthfuckas is henchmen,
    Renegades, if u die dey still get paid… extra probably

    ^^^^^

    I always wanted to see a video for this convo. BIG made movies forreal…

  31. Black Says:

    BIG was plotting the jux in the middle of the conversation lol. Thoughts trailing off n shit.

    “I kill em all I be set for life…”

  32. harlem world Says:

    A-1 Says:
    April 22nd, 2013 at 10:29 am

    Master of flows
    ================

    the flow on one more chance remix is astonishing

    he just weaves in an outta the beat

    that 1st first he musta done like 10-15 diff lil flows

  33. F YOU PAY ME! Says:

    Hov bodied big on I Love The Doe & Brooklyns.Finest

    hov kilt the fat nigga

  34. F YOU PAY ME! Says:

    nas got a album better than LAD

    so does Hov

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