An advance production has pulled Kanye West's "Graduation" release few weeks ahead.
Still around Kanye West's "Graduation", the highly anticipated album has brought two more news ahead of its release. First of all, the album won't arrive in September as scheduled and secondly, an adaptation of Daft Punk can be expected in one of the tracks.
Previously announcing that he will 'graduate' on September 18, Kanye comes up with the album sooner than expected. The singer's record will arrive in late August according to its label, Def Jam. This announcement was in line with the revelation of his sample of Daft Punk's 2001 hit "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger". Kanye borrows a piece of the score from the electronic duo to be remixed into the song "Stronger". Words have it that Daft Punk's members Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo will appear alongside him in the song's video.
While the release of "Graduation" has contracted eagerness among his fans, he gave a first taste of the album through first single "Can't Tell Me Nothing". The DJ Toomp-co-produced track has been on iTunes for download and its video has been streaming on Kanye's official web.