Kanye West working with Chance the Rapper, reports say

A Los Angeles DJ posted some heavy hints about a collaboration on social media

An Instagram post by LA radio DJ Big Boy hints strongly at a collaboration between Kanye West and Chance The Rapper.

The post features West sat next to the DJ as he holds up the handwritten tracklisting for his forthcoming album ‘Swish’ (revealed earlier today), but it’s the caption that spills the beans on a possible team-up, saying:

“Good Friday is running a lil late. They’re creating something from scratch in here. Not only is Chance The Rapper a lyrical beast…..he’s also a GREAT photographer. Hellllooooo.”


‘Good Friday’ is a reference to West’s planned release of a new track at the end of each week, with West having released ‘Real Friends’ two weeks ago, and ‘No More Parties in LA’ a little later than expected, last Monday. Both appear on the track listing posted today.

Chance The Rapper has previously appeared alongside Justin Bieber, Lil Wayne, Skrillex and Madonna.

View the image via Instagram, below:

‘Swish’ is due out on February 11. It was due for release in 2015 but has been delayed repeatedly. The record will be West’s first since ‘Yeezus’ three years ago.

Meanwhile, a remix of Kanye West’s ‘Black Skinhead’ featuring Miley Cyrus and Travi$ 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.


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