Kanye West Reveals Big-Name Collaborators on ‘Yeezus’

WITH RICK RUBIN AS EP I CANT WAIT TO HEAR THIS

Daft Punk is playing in Kanye’s house.

Kanye West’s hugely anticipated “Yeezus” promises to be some party, with the French electronic music masters tipped to appear alongside the likes of Chief Keef and Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon.

In fact, Chief Keef and Vernon are expected to appear on the same song — a track entitled “Can’t Handle My Liquor”.

Word got out from a “Yeezus” listening session Monday night at New York’s Milk. On the night, West confirmed that Daft Punk worked on three or four songs, and he shared a track that reworks TNGHT’s “Higher Ground” with Billie Holiday’s “Strange Fruit,” Pitchfork reports.

West also revealed that Rick Rubin had executive-produced the album.

According to the AP, the album has a “dark, moody vibe that expands beyond his last two solo efforts,” and it’s a departure from his first three, hit-filled albums.

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