Chief Keef reveals that his recording session with Kanye in Paris this April produced a track that will appear on the final cut of "Yeezus".
Even as a collaborator of Kanye West's, it's difficult to know which material will be kept for his studio albums, and which will be left on the cutting room floor. Fellow G.O.O.D. Music members Pusha T, and Big Sean have expressed that they have plenty of material recorded with West which has yet to see the light of day, and may never will.
Chief Keef took a trip to collaborate with Yeezy in Paris this April, and speculation arose over whether any of his session work with 'Ye would appear on Yeezus. With little to no details from the project surfacing, it seemed we may not know until the final product arrived on June 18th.
Keef has broken the silence on the matter, revealing that he will in fact contribute to a song on the album, but in typical Yeezy-collaborator fashion, remained fairly tight-lipped on details. "I'm working with Kanye [West]," the GBE rapper confirmed, letting go of some info on a collaboration between the two. "Yeah, I did a song called...I forgot," he said, trailing off, but then revealed that the untitled track would show up on the album's final tracklist. "I'm on [Yeezus]; I forget what the song's called, but it's hot—it's a hot song.
Check out the full interview below.