Missed this dope article Complex did on the Top 25 Kanye West verses of 2010 but it’s worth posting late.

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It includes a breakdown of each verse along with an audio snippet. It’s a must for all Kanye fans. Big props to Complex for this.  Click here for the article.  Below is the intro.

From Complex:

2010 belonged to Kanye West. He was the year’s most creative, controversial, and entertaining figure�not only in hip-hop, but in pop culture, period. Next year, ‘Ye will release Watch The Throne, a joint LP with Jay-Z. Half a decade ago, critics would have questioned his ability to rap alongside Hov for an entire abum, but ‘Ye has come a long way from pushing miracle whips. There’s no better proof than his musical output this year, where he rapped like a motherfucking monster on every song he was on. We love to hear the story of Kanye’s ousting from society and return to triumph again and again, but let’s take a moment to look back at the music itself instead of the narrative that goes along with it. The 25 Best Kanye West Verses of 2010 places the spotlight on all of the Chicago MC’s lyrical onslaughts this year. No one man should have this many hot insane verses in less than 12 months, but Yeezy did.  Click here for the rest of the article.