The April recording sessions in Paris, France between Chief Keef and Kanye West were not in vain.
While the tracklisting to Kanye West's newly-confirmed sixth solo album Yeezus is still under wraps less than three weeks before its release, details are emerging. In mid-April, Chicago, Illinois rapper Chief Keef confirmed that he was flying to Paris, France to record with his previous multi-platinum collaborator and fellow Windy City representative.
In a new interview with EME, Keef confirms that some of that work has lent itself to the final cut of Yeezus. "I'm working with Kanye [West]," noted the Glory Boyz/Interscope Records artist, when prompted. The 17 year-old was short on details, but added "Yeah, I did a song called...I forgot," he said, losing his thought. "I'm on [Yeezus]; I forget what the song's called, but it's hot—it's a hot song."
The interview is below:
Other guests on Yeezus have not been confirmed. On five confirmed tracks, none have guest information. The Roc-A-Fella/Def Jam Records album is planned for release on June 18.