Kanye West and King Louie have collabed for some GOOD Music. Louie met up with Yeezy in Beverly Hills to record their collaborative joint.
King L’s manager took to IG to post a photo of his client and Ye.
“Last night was mad real… The amount of inspiration at this studio session was beyond crazy! #Mubu #ForeverLiveyoung #KingLouie #KanyeWest #Yeezus,” he wrote in the caption of his post.
Louie also posted the photo onto his IG account.
“#MUBU #GOOD,” he wrote in his caption.
Louie is no stranger to working with Kanye.
Louie was flown out to Paris in 2013 to lend his talents to West’s “Yeezus” album. Louie was featured in song “Send It Up” and had writing credits for song “New Slaves.”
Louie received a 2014 Grammy nod for the latter record.
The “My N—–” rapper revealed during an interview with MTV News he freestyled his verse on the track “Send It Up.”
“It’s a dope track. When I did the joint, we was in the studio, no B.S., like 24, 20 hours a day strong,” King L explained. “We were in Paris. I had woke and it was like a freestyle verse off the top and that turned out to be the one he was really rocking with; just genuine bars.”
King L said the final version of the song sounded “totally different” from the original.
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