Kanye West's 'Black Skinhead' Remix Featuring Miley Cyrus Surfaces
Travis Scott is also featured in the song.
It's been almost three years since Kanye West delivered his sixth studio effort Yeezus, the head-thrashing set which included the tracks "On Sight," "New Slaves" and "Blood on the Leaves."
One of the darker LP cuts, "Black Skinhead," has resurfaced in remix form today, featuring Miley Cyrus and Travis Scott. Cyrus flexes her vocal cords for an interpolation of Tears for Fears' 1985 hit "Everybody Rules The World" as Scott's signature ad-libs pepper the track.
In 2013, Mike Will-Made It told MTV News that Cyrus and West had hit the studio post-Video Music Awards. "We went to the studio with Kanye, so we went right back to work. We watched the VMAs a little bit then went straight to the studio," the producer said.
While rumors swirled about a Miley and 'Ye collaboration, as well as a potential remix EP, this is the first taste of anything related to that. No word on whether this is an official release.
Billboard reached out to reps for Kanye West, Travis Scott, Miley Cyrus and Mike Will-Made It for comment.
This article first appeared on Billboard.com.