The song was originally slated for rapper’s 2012 album ‘good Kid, m.A.A.d city’
A lost collaboration between Kendrick Lamar and Lady Gaga surfaced online this morning (May 21).
‘Partynauseous’, originally slated for the Compton rapper’s 2012 album ‘good Kid, mAAd city’, was initially scrapped by Gaga due to disagreements with Lamar’s team. In 2014, an edited dance version of the track featured in some of her live shows.
A leak of the full track, which features Lamar’s verses, originally appeared on fan forum yeezytalk.com, The Telegraph reports. Listen below.
Speaking about the song when it was scrapped three years ago, Gaga posted on fan site Little Monsters: “When I collaborate with an artist i work solely with them, not with their camps or management. Its purely organic and creative. I love Kendrick dearly as a friend, but was not willing to compromise musically to the changes his team was making to my music.
“That song will be released at a different time, for a different project. I love you, and think you should check out his stuff because he is truly great. He’s a good kid, its just sometimes a mad city.”
Around the same time, Lamar spoke of his admiration for Lady Gaga by describing her as a “beautiful person”.
Speaking to MTV, the rapper waxed lyrical about the pop star and also claimed that she has a “genius mind” following their collaboration on the track ‘Bitch Don’t Kill My Vibe’, which Gaga leaked onto the internet.
Lamar, who also praised Gaga for being a “free spirit in the studio”, said: “It’s just great to be around people that inspire you from another genre, you know. In fact, it’s even bigger for her to respect hip-hop music the way she does, true hip-hop music, so much respect to her.”