Kanye West has been quite prolific lately, both with his own music and his collaborations with others. After performing a surprise show with Kid Cudi earlier this month as part of their Kids See Ghosts duo, Kanye is now working with Chance the Rapper on a special project as well.
Back in June, Chance the Rapper teased that he could be recording music with Kanye West and that appears to finally be a reality.
Kanye took to Twitter on Thursday morning and revealed that he was working on a tribute to Michael Jackson on what would have been the King of Pop's 60th birthday. West was using a sample from the Jackson 5's "Never Can Say Goodbye" and Chance the Rapper is in the background, looking pretty happy.
Kanye West said that he was working with Chance the Rapper on his new album. The two had previously worked together on Kanye's "Ultralight Beam" from his Life of Pablo album in 2016.
Chance the Rapper will be part of the upcoming BBC Radio 1Xtra Live concert at the O2 in London. Joining him for this big show are Chip, Ella Mai, Jorja Smith, Mist, Mr Eazi, Pusha T and Yxng Bane. AXS has tickets for this big show (Tickets).