Kanye West working with Mos Def, Talib Kweli, Teyana Taylor
It may appear to us as if Kanye West has been keeping quiet, but to those that know him, he’s still hard at work.
Earlier today (January 31), Talib Kweli took to Instagram to share a photo of ‘Ye, Yasiin Bey (formerly Mos Def) and Dave Chappelle sitting around a table surrounded by yellow notepad paper.
He captioned the image, “2018 is looking good…”
Additionally, in a recent cover interview with Oyster magazine, G.O.O.D. Music signee (and star of West’s “Fade” video) Teyana Taylor shared that ‘Ye was executive-producing her entire upcoming album. She said:
“The album is actually done, just waiting on some minor tweaks and whatever last minute switches or edits and a green light from Kanye and should be good to go….It’s coming in 2018….Mr. West is EP-ing my entire album — you guys will just have to wait and see what magic he’s created!”
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