“Let’s get together”: Is Kanye West reaching out to Bob Dylan for a collaboration?

Kanye appealed to Dylan on Twitter this evening

Kanye West has appealed to Bob Dylan on Twitter, seemingly asking the ‘Blood on the Tracks’ star to collaborate with him.

In his appeal, West tweeted: “Calling out to Bob Dylan…Let’s get together’. Previously, West has reached out to other artists in the same way.


Last week, West appeared as the only guest collaboration on XXXTentacion’s first posthumous album, ‘Skins’.

‘Skins’ marks the first full-length record to be released since the Florida rapper’s death in June. The 20-year-old was shot and killed while leaving a motorcycle dealership in Broward County.

Appearing on the ‘One Minute’, West appears to defend the controversial rapper. West opens the song by rapping: “So much hate at the top, it’s a lonely place” before adding: “Now your name is tainted by the claims they paintin’/The defendant is guilty, no one blames the plaintiff.”

Meanwhile, it was announced recently that Dylan will appear with Neil Young next year as the two co-headline Hyde Park next summer.

After expressing his unhappiness at Barclaycard sponsoring the event, there was some doubt as to whether Young would appear at the event next summer. However, it was confirmed today that Young would still appear, but without Barclaycard as the event sponsor.