Posted by , Jan 31, 2016 at 01:20pm
Andre 3000 is pretty much the best person to share a cab with.

Kanye West's last minute studio sessions just keep getting crazier and crazier. His latest assemblance of people included 2 Chainz, Mike Dean, Kirk Franklin, Diddy, Kid Cudi, and French Montana, but, as far as we know, they were just around to listen to the final product.

Andre 3000 was also in attendance, but he didn't come alone. According to TMZ, Three Stacks had just got off a flight, and called an Uber to take him to the studio, but he accidentally ordered an Uber pool cab. Naturally, another passenger got in with Andre, and when the two hit it off, realizing they grew up in the same area, he decided to take her to the very exclusive session. Apparently, she didn't stay long (though we find it hard to believe she had anything better to do that night), but either way, she'll have quite the story to tell.

Many of those who came out to the listening party signed Ye's increasingly cluttered tracklist. Interestingly enough, it seems that at some point during this most recent session, "Nina Chop" was renamed "Famous" -- that, or it's an entirely new song. Check out the page in the gallery above.

Andre 3000 Brought A Woman He Met In An Uber To Kanye West's Studio Session

Andre 3000 is pretty much the best person to share a cab with.


Kanye West's last minute studio sessions just keep getting crazier and crazier. His latest assemblance of people included 2 Chainz, Mike Dean, Kirk Franklin, Diddy, Kid Cudi, and French Montana, but, as far as we know, they were just around to listen to the final product.

Andre 3000 was also in attendance, but he didn't come alone. According to TMZ, Three Stacks had just got off a flight, and called an Uber to take him to the studio, but he accidentally ordered an Uber pool cab. Naturally, another passenger got in with Andre, and when the two hit it off, realizing they grew up in the same area, he decided to take her to the very exclusive session. Apparently, she didn't stay long (though we find it hard to believe she had anything better to do that night), but either way, she'll have quite the story to tell.

Many of those who came out to the listening party signed Ye's increasingly cluttered tracklist. Interestingly enough, it seems that at some point during this most recent session, "Nina Chop" was renamed "Famous" -- that, or it's an entirely new song. Check out the page in the gallery above.

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