Chief Keef Previews New Kanye West Collaboration ‘nobody’ | Vibe

EDT Earlier this year, it was reported that Chicagoans Kanye West and Chief Keef were working together on “several new songs”. Yesterday, Keef posted a video on Instagram that teased one of those tracks. According to the caption, it’s apparently called “Nobody”. Watch it below via MTV . Previously, Chief Keef appeared on the Yeezus track “Hold My Liquor”, and Kanye did a massive remix of “I Don’t Like” for Cruel Summer . If you’re keeping score of teased tracks featuring Kanye, we’re still waiting on official, full versions of “All Day” , “God Level” , and now, “Nobody”.

Titled Nobody, Sosa posted an audio clip from his whip as he hit the highway. Featuring a blend of Yeezys autotuned vocals and Chief Keefs signature semi-decipherable delivery, the track seems to find West occupying the younger Chi-town natives musical space. Over what sounds like Keefs usual trap sound, the two seem to actually merge well. Nobody will presumable appear on Chief Keefs upcoming Bang 3 album. Take a listen to a clip of Chief Keef and Kanye Wests latest song above.

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After all, just last year Sir Paul told the UKs Daily Mirror that he wanted to collaborate with West on his new album, but resisted the temptation to get a rapper in. Last year, during a Twitter Q & A, he mentioned that he bought Wests album. Paul McCartney (@PaulMcCartney) October 3, 2013 The fandom is apparently mutual, too as West was spotted at McCartneys show in Los Angeles last week. If the two are in the studio, one can only hope that the songs end up sounding like a new version of Maccas Michael Jackson collaboration, The Girl is Mine or perhaps Bound 2 Hold Your Hand, Hey Mama , Live and Let Die or Shes My Baby Gold Digger. West isnt the only artist that has captured the interest of the former Beatle; hes also interested in collaborating with Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke, but he hasnt worked up the nerve to approach him yet. My daughter Stella is very keen.

Kanye West and Paul McCartney Might Be Working on Music Together | SPIN | Music News

Whitby/Getty Images WRITTEN BY Brennan Carley August 18 2014, 9:59 AM ET According to Page Six and England’s The Sun , Paul McCartney and Kanye West have secretly been working on music together in recent weeks. Though details are scarce, the Beatles singer has long been a fan of West’s, tweeting last fall thatYeezus was his most recent album purchase. Last week, Yeezy was spotted at McCartney’s concert at Los Angeles’ Dodger Stadium with actor David Spade. Page Six reports that the performers have a song in the can titled “Piss on My Grave,” which is only a slight step down creatively from McCartney’sKisses on the Bottom. Meanwhile, a source toldThe Sun that West”has been tapping Macca up for a while about working together.” The source went on to say that they’ve “quietly been collaborating on a number of tracks that could develop into an album.” Following the low-quality leak of West’s “All Day” last week, the “New Slaves” rapper is probably keeping a tighter grip on his upcoming music than ever. Would it be too crazy to imagine the two men working together on McCartney’s recently announced video game soundtrack ?

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The two-minute clip sounds like it was recorded on an iPhone in a studio, but it’s typical ‘Ye bravado, complete with a banging beat that wouldn’t be out of on 2010’s My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy . And is that Justin Vernon we hear doing backing vocals? West recently announced that “All Day” would serve as the lead single from the follow-up to SPIN’s 2013 Album of the Year , Yeezus . No release date has been set for the album yet.


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