Drake responds to Kanye West sampling his uncle’s music

'No More Parties In LA' borrowed from Larry Graham's 'Stand Up and Shout About Love'

Drake has responded to news that Kanye West has sampled his uncle’s music.

Drake’s uncle, Larry Graham, was a bass player for Sly And The Family Stone, as well as frontman of Graham Central Station. His song ‘Stand Up and Shout About Love’ was recently sampled by West for recent track ‘No More Parties In LA’.

The Canadian rapper, who has worked with West on numerous occasions in the past, has uploaded a photo showing a vinyl copy of his uncle’s 1980 solo album ‘One In A Million You’, from which ‘Stand Up and Shout About Love’ is lifted, to Instagram.


A caption reads: “Few more parties in LA.” See that picture beneath.

Few more parties in LA.

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Listen to West’s ‘No More Parties In LA’ and Graham’s ‘Stand Up and Shout About Love’ below.

Meanwhile, Yasiin Bey (aka Mos Def) has recorded a new freestyle called ‘No More Parties In SA’, titled in reference to West’s track, which he recorded on Kanye’s answer machine. The freestyle makes references to Bey’s recent Cape Town arrest.