June 14, 2012, at the.
Common was helpful in facilitating the composing process, as West producing songs for his album would sometimes either lead to the making of hip-hop beats or inspire creative ideas which were applied towards his own project.
I love to listen to this song because I can relate to the experience the character in the song has gone through.
In his words, Graduation is his , and its first track is its.
He has recently been linked to Fox, despite multiple public declarations that the former couple would be reunited.
Rather, as aforementioned, this track serves as a celebration.
Unlike its predecessors, rather than a fake intro or a Broke-Phi-Broke , the album-opener instead begins with vocals from West.
Description: West's pensive lyricism express motivational declarations of triumph.