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Kanye West joins rappers at intimate New York show

Rapper makes appearance at his label showcase

Kanye West
Kanye West made an appearance at his 'Good Music' record label showcase in New York City last night, joining Consequence on stage at the intimate Knitting Factory.

West, who made a pit stop at a fashion week party at the Prada store, turned up at the intimate downtown venue for a showcase by 88 Keys, Termanology, Big Sean, Mickey Factz, Kid Cudi and Consequence.

West emerged onstage while Consequence performed, and they collaborated on 'Gone' and 'Flashing Lights', before being joined by Q-Tip and Kid Cudi, according to Brooklyn Vegan.

Reports claim say that Kanye West's new album will be called '808's And Heartbreak' and listings on Target.com and Amazon.com say it will come out December 16.

--By our New York staff.
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