Three weeks after Kanye West debuted The Life of Pablo, remixes started pouring out. The favorite among producers? “I Love Kanye”, the one Kanye West song on TLOP that he wanted to let the world know he wrote with all of its cheeky wit and history. Jett I. Masstyr, a Soul Brother who admires West’s rather shrewd sampling decided to make his own “I Love Kanye” in “Used To Love Kanye”. Lifting the vocals from Pastor T. L. Barrett’s “Father I Stretch My Hands”, “Used To Love Kanye” ups the boom bap and dustiness to Ye’s braggadocio and self-deprecation. Plus, Jett I. Masstyr combines audio from Mark Hamil & Yoda from the original Star Wars trilogy and pulls it through to make West seem like he’s telling himself he’s not going to fail. Stream “Used To Love Kanye” from Jett I. Masstyr below and compare it to the remixes dropped by the likes of DJ Premier, Green Lantern, Statik Selektah, Key Wane & more.