Last night, Drake wrapped up his seventh annual OVO Fest by bringing out an array of special guests, including Kanye West. Before performing, Ye asked the audience if they’re ready for “this album.” He shut down the idea of “this album” being TLOP or Views, implying that they’re working on a collab.
This isn’t the first time that the 6 God and Yeezus have hinted at a collaborative project. Ye mentioned it at his Breakfast Club Interview last spring, and Drake in his OVOSOUND Radio interview with Zane Lowe earlier this year.
Peep the raw footage from OVO Fest below, and stay on the lookout for the album of the century.
It seems Kanye is doing some serious rearranging for his upcoming album. When we first heard about Ye‘s upcoming album, it was under the name So Help Me God. But Alas, Yeezus decreed this was not a fitting name for his newest effort, so the name was then changed to Swish. Today, Kanye tweeted yet again a name change for this insanely anticipated album, it will be called Waves. There is alot of speculation as to what this new title means but the most dominate so far is Wiz Khalifa‘s. According to Khalifa, “Waves” is derivative of rapper Max B, although “Waves” its probably just coincidental. The tracklist for “Waves” was also tweeted in a photo. The 11 song track list features the currently popular “No More Parties In LA” with Kendrick Lamar and “Wolves” with Sia and Vic Mensa. The tweet features Kanye’s handwritten tracklist as well as some famous signatures from what we assume are people who have listened or contributed to the album. You can see the tracklist and tweet below. Waves is set to release on Feb. 11.