Kanye West Reveals 'Yeezus' Collaborators
New details emerge at a New York City listening party.
Kanye West played his new album Yeezus in its entirety at a listening party held in New York City on Monday night.
During the event, the rapper revealed several collaborators on the highly anticipated release. Among them: Daft Punk, who worked on three or four songs, reports Pitchfork; Chief Keef and Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon, who appear together on a song called “Can’t Handle My Liquor”; and Rick Rubin, who executive produced the album.
According to reports, West pals Beyonce and Jay-Z were in attendance at the event, held at Milk Studios on 15th Street.
Yeezus, West's sixth album, is scheduled for release on June 18.
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