Kanye West has been under fire for his controversial tweets over the past week. To kind of answer the questions regarding his tweets, Mr. West is joined by T.I. for “Ye vs. The People.” No clue if this is on Kanye’s album dropping in June or not, but does this track help explain his actions?
Remember that time that Kanye West and Kendrick Lamar were in the studio together and rhyming over Madlib beats? Out of that came “No More Parties In LA” off of Kanye’s The Life Of Pablo album. But there was more. Today, we get a session where the duo is just kicking rhymes over Madlib beats. 100% freestyle.
While we await CyHi’s next album, he teams up with Kanye West for “Dat Side” as the two trade verses.
Before Kanye West became Yeezus, he and John Legend were just a couple of guys trying to live out their dreams to become stars in this music industry. Tim Westwood captured both at their hungriest back in 2004.
Do you miss the old Kanye? I mean, the really, really old Kanye? Well, let’s go all the way back to a time before College Dropout was released and Mr. West was just trying to get on. With a sample of “Ain’t Nobody” looped, Kanye is joined by GLC, Timmy G, Really Doe, and Arrowstar on “Baby’s Coming.”
KANYE WEST FEAT. 2 CHAINZ, BIG SEAN, GUCCI MANE, TRAVI$ SCOTT, YO GOTTI, QUAVO & DESIIGNER – CHAMPIONS
Mr. West is looking to take over the summer and drops a massive posse cut “Champions” that features Big Sean, Travi$ Scott, Desiigner, 2 Chainz, Gucci Mane, Yo Gotti and Quavo.
You’ve probably heard the song, now check out the video for the ScHoolBoy Q and Kanye West collaboration “THat Part” off of Groovy Q’s still not titled album dropping July 8th.
Way before Kanye West was the man we know today, the Chicago producer and emcee was just trying to get in the game. An instrumental demo tape from nearly 20 years ago has surfaced with the early work of Mr. West.
ScHoolBoy Q’s new album will be coming at you sooner than later and the TDE emcee drops the bomb by unveiling his collaboration with Kanye West on “That Part.” Produced by Cardo, YeX, Cubeat, and Sounwave, Groovy Q and Yeezy go back and forth come correct and only heighten the anticipation for Q’s album.
French Montana recruits Kanye West and Nas for the “Figure It Out” video. The trio hang out at an airline hangar as motorcycles zip around and do stunts.