Skepta and Wiley are both credited on Kayne West’s ‘ye’

Kevin Parker and Drake are also listed as collaborators

The full credits for Kanye West’ recent album ‘ye’ have been released, revealing the guest musicians who appear on the release.

Skepta and Wiley are both credited as composers on record opener ‘I Thought About Killing You’, while Drake has been listed as a lyricist and composer on the solo album track ‘Yikes’. Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker is also listed as a lyricist and composer, lending his talents to ‘Violent Crimes’.

Pitchfork notes that there are eleven credited lyricists on ‘Yikes’ in total, and reports that the track uses a sample from Black Savage’s 1976 song ‘Kothbiro.’ Pie’rre Bourne and Apex Martin are both credited as producers on the track.


Additionally, PARTYNEXTDOOR features on ‘Wouldn’t Leave’, while Caroline Shaw – who won the Pulitzer Prize for Music in 2013 – reportedly contributed vocals and production to ‘No Mistakes.’ CyHi The Prynce, and Malik Yusef are also credited as co-writers on a number of songs across ‘ye’.

Along with the full credits for ‘ye’, further details regarding Kanye West’s collaborative album with Kid Cudi have been revealed. Their joint album ‘Kids See Ghosts’ came out this month.

The newly shared guest credits reveal that Justin Vernon produced the Pusha T-featuring track ‘Feel the Love’. He also acted as a composer and lyricist on ‘Kids See Ghosts” title-track.

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