Kanye West joins Odd Future on stage in LA – watch

'Yeezus' rapper joined Tyler The Creator and co at Cam Flog Gnaw last night (November 9)

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Kanye West last night (November 9) joined Odd Future on stage in LA.

The 'Yeezus' rapper joined Tyler The Creator and co during their headline set at the Odd Future Carnival– titled 'Cam Flog Gnaw' – to perform West's 'Late Registration' bonus track 'Late' and 'Black Skinhead'.

You can watch Kanye West and Tyler, The Creator perform 'Late' by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking 'play'.

Meanwhile, Kanye West has recently pleaded not guilty to misdemeanour charges relating to an incident with a photographer at LAX airport in July (2013). A video of the incident appeared online on July 20, the day after the alleged attack occurred. The video shows West initially trying to ignore questions from the photographer, Daniel Ramos, before appearing to lose his patience and beginning an agitated conversation with the man.

West was charged with battery and attempted grand theft for the scuffle with Ramos. Reuters reports that the rapper's attorney, Blair Berk, entered the plea on West's behalf in Los Angeles Superior Court yesterday (November 8). Ramos' lawyer revealed that her client is "suffering from injuries sustained in the incident" having hurt his hip during the incident. A new hearing date has been scheduled for January 23 next year though West is not required to attend.

Kanye West's 'Yeezus' tour is set to restart on November 16. The tour was postponed after a truck carrying a 60-foot circular LED screen and custom-made video truss crashed on October 30, destroying the items. Gigs that were cancelled in Vancouver, Denver, Columbus, Montreal, Minneapolis and St. Louis will not be rescheduled due to "routing logistics" says West's US label Island Def Jam, but the Chicago, Toronto and Detroit shows which were pulled have been rearranged for mid-December.

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