Kanye West meets up with the team behind Angry Birds

West had a late night chat with the software team who make the popular game in London

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Kanye West has apparently met up with the team behind popular computer game app, Angry Birds.

According to report published in The Sun, the rapper, who is currently based in London, had a meeting with the software team who make the game, earlier this month. The tabloid's source said: "Kanye met the Angry Birds creators at a late night meeting in the capital… It was his idea. They brainstormed ideas and talked about ways they could work together."

Yesterday it was revealed that Kanye West's all-star compilation album is set for release this spring. The album, complied by West and made up of artists from his GOOD Music roster, was announced in October and the stars involved in the record have revealed that recording sessions recently took place in London.

Pusha-T, Jay Electronica and Odd Future cohort Frank Ocean - pictured right - are all set to appear on the album, alongside Big Sean, Mannie Fresh, Marsha Ambrosius [formerly of Floetry] and Kanye West himself, reports Billboard.

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