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This album has a long list of collaborators: Daft Punk, Hudson Mohawke, RZA, Chief Keef, King L, Justin Vernon, Travis Scott and Charlie Wilson all chipped in, and Rick Rubin showed up late in the game and got an executive producer credit. Full of rattling 808s, electro clatter, waves of fuzz and heart-racing BPMs. 'On Site', its high-voltage sequence of insistent electronic bleeps and blips interspersed with samples of what sounds like slow-motion epic classic rock songs. The heavy drum rumble of 'Black Skinhead', interspersed with yelps and shouts, West raps in an increasingly frantic manner, building into a climax that the Prodigy would be proud of "I Am a God". The drum-less barrage of brooding synths, booming pitched-down vocals and smoke-gray reverb sounds like something out of a boss level in Assassin's Creed. "New Slaves" is still as electric as the day it was premiered on the sides of buildings across the globe, a snarling indictment of America's interwoven legacies of consumerism, racism and mass incarceration.
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