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  1. Late Registration is the second studio album by the American rapper Kanye West.It was released on August 30, 2005, through Roc-A-Fella Records and Def Jam Recordings.West recorded the album over the course of a year during sessions held at studios in Hollywood and New York City, in collaboration with Jon Brion.The album features guest appearances from Adam Levine, Jamie Foxx, Common, Brandy ...

  2. 30 de ago. de 2005 · Late Registration Tracklist. 1. Wake Up Mr. West Lyrics. 153.5K. 2. Heard 'Em Say (Ft. Adam Levine) Lyrics. 673.5K. 3. Touch the Sky (Ft. Lupe Fiasco) Lyrics. 915.1K. 4. Gold Digger (Ft....

  3. 30 de ago. de 2005 · 1. Wake Up Mr. West. 0:41. 2. Heard 'Em Say (feat. Adam Levine) 3:23. Touch the Sky (feat. Lupe Fiasco) 3:56. 4. Gold Digger (feat. Jamie Foxx) 3:27. 5. Skit #1 (Kanye West/Late Registration) 0:33. 6. Drive Slow (feat. Paul Wall & GLC) 4:32. 7. My Way Home (feat. Common) 1:43. 8. Crack Music (feat. The Game) 4:30. 9. Roses. 4:05. 10.

  4. "Gold Digger" is a song by American rapper Kanye West, featuring singer Jamie Foxx, from West's second studio album, Late Registration (2005). The song includes additional vocals from Plain Pat and Don C. West created the beat in Atlanta. He and Jon Brion produced the song.

  5. Late Registration (abbreviated as LR) is the second studio album by Kanye West, which released on August 30, 2005 through Roc-A-Fella Records and Def Jam Recordings. [1] . The album was recorded in one year, and features several collaborations from Jay-Z, Nas, Paul Wall, Adam Levine, Lupe Fiasco, Jamie Foxx, and more.

  6. 30 de ago. de 2005 · Listen to Late Registration by Kanye West on Apple Music. Stream songs including “Wake Up Mr. West”, “Heard 'Em Say (feat. Adam Levine)” and more.

  7. 30 de ago. de 2005 · Metascore. 85. Universal acclaim based on 31 Critic Reviews What's this? User Score. 8.4. Universal acclaim based on 1302 Ratings. Summary: The Grammy-winner returns with a highly-anticpated follow-up to 'The College Dropout,' marking the second installment in a planned four-part series of albums.