Kanye West makes surprise appearance at Big Sean's London club debut – video

The hip-hop megastar took to the small stage of Cargo unannounced

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Kanye West joined collaborator Big Sean on stage in London last night (August 15). Scroll down to watch.

West made a surprise appearance at the tiny show at Cargo and helped perform the song 'Marvin & Chardonnay' from Sean’s recent debut album 'Finally Famous'. The show was Big Sean’s first performance on British shores.

Kanye West also joined Prince onstage over the weekend for a surprise appearance at a festival in Gothenburg.

The video to ‘Marvin & Chardonnay’ has just been shot in New York, with 1990s hip-hop promo director Hype Williams at the helm, reports MTV. Of the video Big Sean said:

It's great, it's fun, me and Hype are homeys. He's a real dude and it's tight being around people that you consider legends, and him just being so real… Whatever we do is quality. If we gonna have girls, we gonna have the best girls. If we gonna have yellow suits, it's gonna be the best yellow suit. If we gonna have Versaces, it's gonna be the OG Medusa-head Versace.


Watch Kanye’s appearance at Cargo here:



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