Track dates back to 2013 and also features Travis Scott
A remix of Kanye West‘s ‘Black Skinhead’ featuring Miley Cyrus and Travis Scott which dates back to 2013 has emerged online.
The possibly unfinished version of the remix sees Cyrus singing Tears For Fears song ‘Rule the World’ over the top of West’s track, which appeared on the ‘Yeezus’ album three years ago. Travi$ Scott also lends his vocals to a remix which was recorded by producer Mike Will Made It after the 2013 MTV VMAs.
Earlier this week West released the full-length version of his collaboration with Kendrick Lamar. Scroll down to hear ‘No More Parties In LA’ now.
The track was first teased by West at the end of ‘Real Friends’, which was released on January 9. It had been suggested that West would release a new song every Friday until the release of new album ‘Swish’ in February. However, a new track did not appear online last week.
Kim Kardashian explained in a tweet that West did not release the track on Friday (January 16) as expected because he was busy putting the final touches to his latest Yeezy fashion collection in Italy.
‘No More Parties In LA’ was produced by West and Madlib and is the first ever collaboration between West and Lamar.
West released 15 new tracks each Friday in the run-up to the release of his fifth studio album ‘My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy’ in 2010. Three G.O.O.D. Fridays tracks also appeared on the album: ‘Power’, ‘Monster’ and ‘So Appalled’.
‘No More Parties In LA’ marks West’s fifth release of the last 12 months, following ‘Real Friends’, ‘Facts’, ‘All Day’ and ‘FourFiveSeconds’. A Sia collaboration titled ‘Wolves’ was also unofficially debuted at New York Fashion Week.