Statik Selektah's "Yeezy Duz It: The Sole of Kanye West" Mix Features Unreleased Tracks and Classic Hits

Ye‘s annual YEEZY Day is going down tomorrow, and the creative genius has a bunch of restocks and sneaker debuts in the cannon. And in celebration of the adidas YEEZY 450 “Utility Black” launch specifically, DJ Statik Selektah linked up with atmos to cook up a new mix titled “Yeezy Duz It: The Sole of Kanye West” which features a compilation of classic hits and unreleased tunes.

“I’m excited to mix some classics together with rare versions and unreleased joints to celebrate the new YEEZY drop”, says Selektah. “The genius of Ye will be put on full display here and it’s an honor, being a fan since the beginning, to working with him in Hawaii on My Beautify Dark Twisted Fantasy. There will be special moments on this tape. It also brings me back to my mixtape roots when I would do similar style mixes for Nas, John Legend, Akon and many more.”

Some notable unreleased standouts include Ye’s freestyle over Travis Scott‘s “Skeletons,” a “Father Stretch My Hands Part 3” that features Kendrick Lamar, a “No More Parties In LA” rendition with Freddie Gibbs, a “Devil In A New Dress” version with Conway The Machine and “Bound 2” with Rick Ross.

Peep the hour-long mix here.

For other news, Travis Scott just announced a Las Vegas residency.
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