The song, which appeared on West’s 2016 album ‘The Life Of Pablo’ and caused a lot of controversy due to its Taylor Swift reference, was originally released with verses from West, a hook by Rihanna, and background vocals from Swizz Beatz.
Now, it’s been revealed that Miami rapper Ross had a verse on the song before it was taken off. Sharing it as his battle with 2 Chainz came to a close, the verse hears Rozay spit: “The furnace, fires, fortunes, and the fumes / The aura arrogance is been known to fill the room / Boom, little n***a who are you? / Roc-A-Fella Records on record to kill a crew.”
See Ross debut the verse below:
Super fans of Rozay would have most likely heard the track before. It featured on the 2016 Maybach Music mixtape ‘Priorities 4’, which also featured tracks by Meek Mill, Wale, Rockie Fresh, Omarion, and others.
Competitors take it in turns playing a song from a list of 20 from their discography, as fans, friends and fellow artists watch on. A winner is later decided by Timbaland and Swizz Beatz.
The pair ran through their hits in a mammoth 21 rounds, which saw both artists praise each other and reveal their inspirations during the live streamed event that was watched by more than 500,000 people.