Posted by , Sep 26, 2015 at 02:31pm
Mike Dean just hinted at a potential collab including Kanye West, Kendrick Lamar, Pusha T, and more.

Mike Dean has been a busy man recently. The hall of fame producer executive produced Travi$ Scott's Rodeo and has been playing guitar for Travi$ on tour. He is also playing live guitar for Kanye West's "808s & Heartbreak" shows in L.A., the second of which is happening tonight (Sept. 26). Of course, Dean is friends with some of the most talented folks in the game, and he just tweeted at several of them, perhaps implying that a massive collaboration might be on the way. 

Last night, Dean tweeted at Emile Haynie (producer for Eminem, Lana Del Ray, Bruno Mars, and more), Jeff Bhasker (who produced much of 808s & Heartbreak as well as My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy), Kanye West, Pusha T, Hudson Mohawke (GOOD Music), Anthony Kilhoffer (primary engineer on MBDTF), and, last but not least, Kendrick Lamar

Of those he mentioned, Pusha T was the only artist to retweet Mike's tweet, adding, "Let's go Mike Dean!!!!!" to further suggest that we might actually see this lineup together on a track. 

If it's legit, this would surely be the most star-studded collab of the year. 

Mike Dean Hints At Collab From Kanye West, Kendrick Lamar, Pusha T & More

Mike Dean just hinted at a potential collab including Kanye West, Kendrick Lamar, Pusha T, and more.


Mike Dean has been a busy man recently. The hall of fame producer executive produced Travi$ Scott's Rodeo and has been playing guitar for Travi$ on tour. He is also playing live guitar for Kanye West's "808s & Heartbreak" shows in L.A., the second of which is happening tonight (Sept. 26). Of course, Dean is friends with some of the most talented folks in the game, and he just tweeted at several of them, perhaps implying that a massive collaboration might be on the way. 

Last night, Dean tweeted at Emile Haynie (producer for Eminem, Lana Del Ray, Bruno Mars, and more), Jeff Bhasker (who produced much of 808s & Heartbreak as well as My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy), Kanye West, Pusha T, Hudson Mohawke (GOOD Music), Anthony Kilhoffer (primary engineer on MBDTF), and, last but not least, Kendrick Lamar

Of those he mentioned, Pusha T was the only artist to retweet Mike's tweet, adding, "Let's go Mike Dean!!!!!" to further suggest that we might actually see this lineup together on a track. 

If it's legit, this would surely be the most star-studded collab of the year. 

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