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West reveals that he is planning to release collaborations with the two rappers soon
Kanye West has revealed that he is planning to release new collaborations with Drake and Future.
West, who worked with the two rappers on his new album 'The Life of Pablo', confirmed that he will share unreleased material from their recording sessions.
"Drake would come by and just help, no strings. Future also came by to write. We all got new s**t together that's gonna drop soon," he wrote on Twitter, yesterday (February 18).
I wanna thank my brother Drizzy for helping me on 30 Hours & Father Stretch My Hands.— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) February 18, 2016
Drake would come by and just help, no strings. Future also came by to write. We all got new shit together that's gonna drop soon.— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) February 18, 2016
Both Drizzy and Future are credited as co-writers on West's seventh studio album, with the latter making a brief appearance in form of a production drop.
West previously collaborated with Drake for Big Sean's 'Blessings' and 'Forever', which also featured Lil Wayne and Eminem. He appeared on 2014's 'I Won' together with Future.