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The song features production by RZA of the hip-hop group Wu-Tang Clan, who commented that "Dark Fantasy" was one of the many compositions that he and West collaborated on.[5][6] According to him, West had a "stack of beats" and that he tried to be as productive as possible with so much material already recorded.[6] The style of composition is deeply influenced by producer RZA, who introduces his "bring-the-ruckus" aesthetic to the song production.[7] Nicki Minaj was asked to open the song with a spoken word introduction, a favor she was excited to perform because she was a fan of Jay-Z, a rapper who West was recording with at the time.[8] Minaj described both Jay-Z and West as "icons", and stated that she was blessed to be working with them.[9]

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The song is introduced with a contribution from one of Minaj's alter egos; Martha Zolanski, who appears to be a rewording of the introduction to writer Roald Dahl's poetic rework of "Cinderella"[11].[12][13][14] West begins his verse with the refrain "I fantasized 'bout this back in Chicago".[10] It introduces themes referenced on the majority of My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, including comments on decadence and hedonism, with West musing how "the plan was to drink until the pain was over / but what's worse, the pain or the hangover?".[15][16][17] His lyrics on the track contain numerous musical and cultural references, including those to the song "Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology)", the Lamborghini Murciélago sports car, rapper Nas, fashion designer Phoebe Philo, short story "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow", the band the Kings Of Leon and their song "Sex on Fire", singers Celine Dion and Leona Lewis, and television character Steve Urkel.[18][19] The song contains the line "too many Urkels on your team / that's why your wins low", a double entendre.[18][19] The "Winslows" were the family Urkel lived with on the show Family Matters, with the alternative meaning touching upon how his opponents' "wins are low".[19] The chorus contains the line "can we get much higher?", another inquiry that is brought up during much of the proceeding album.[20] The song samples a portion of "In High Places" by Mike Oldfield, a pop rock song from 1983 from the album Crises.[21]

Now that he is out of the Can we get much higher One Piece shirt but in fact I love this race you can bet he will heavily finance those running against him. I hope they will continue to play in the political sandbox for the blue team. Bernie is losing support maybe he will be the hypocrite he always has been and takes your money now. Hmmmmm I guess people are not as enamored with billionaires as we let them think. I pray that they continue to the democratic elective to bring our country together. Alot of people complain about millionaires spending their own money on campaigns, but they dont complain when others wannabe millionaires wastes our tax money in their own favor and senseless vacations. Biden is the one buying the election and all the other candidates toppling like dominoes to support him proves itIs that why Biden spent so little money on super Tuesday compared to Sanders and Bloomberg. 041b061a72


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