Produced by Just Blaze, using a slowed down sample from Curtis Mayfield’s “Move On Up”, a style that Kanye also employs.

This song notably features Lupe Fiasco’s first big breakthrough. He dropped Food & Liquor a year later.

Fun fact: Kanye was sued by Evel Knievel for the music video of this song, because Kanye used images and patterns that matched Knievel’s trademarked suit. It was settled when Knievel met Kanye, calling him “quite a gentleman”.