Kanye West helped man who rapped at him in the street record his debut album

Cameron Grey approached West in LA last year

Kanye West has helped a man who rapped at him in the street record his debut album.

Cameron Grey originally approached West outside the House Of Blues venue in Los Angeles in February 2015 and performed an impromptu on the spot.

Grey asked West to give him a chance as Justin Bieber watched on from the side. Later, TMZ reports, West called the Tennessee-born hopeful for a meeting and gave him studio time as well as access to Grammy-winning producer, Anthony Kilhoffer.


Grey’s debut album ‘Cocaine Ferrari’ has now been completed. The record currently has no release date, but the rapper has shared a first song from it, called ‘Never Bout Us’.

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