Kanye West releases DaBaby and 2 Chainz-assisted “Nah Nah Nah (Remix)” in full
A large part of the collaboration appeared on Kanye’s Twitter last month.
It looks like Kanye West isn’t just creating gospel music, after all. Last month, Kanye West decided to add to his presidential campaign by releasing a new single titled “Nah Nah Nah,” which essentially sees the Chicago star railing against the election process and the media that covers it. Then, he took to Twitter to tease a remix to “Nah Nah Nah” featuring new verses from 2 Chainz and DaBaby, neglecting to reveal when or if the update would see an official release.
Today becomes that day, as “Nah Nah Nah (Remix)” has finally made its way to streaming platforms in its entirety, showcasing some of the best — albeit edited — bars from Kanye’s collaborators, including some from Chainz that directly addresses Ye’s latest controversies:
“If one more person call me and ask me, “What’s wrong with Ye?” That’s a grown man, I can’t tell him what he can and can’t say, never been a yes man, so I don’t feel like I have to explain, F y’all n***as, ex-drug dealer, ex-ball player, X Games/”
To the surprise of very few, Kanye West fell short on his attempt to become president of the United States, giving a single word in response (“Welp”) before promising to run again come 2024. Given the time distance, it’s hopeful that this will lead to him making a full return to music.
In addition to “Nah Nah Nah” and its remix, Kanye’s latest official single was the Travis Scott-assisted “Wash Us In The Blood,” which made landfall back in June. Prior to that, he and his Sunday Service choir liberated the well-received gospel works Jesus Is King and Jesus Is Born in 2019. He’s presumably still working on his next release, which he most recently stated would be titled Donda: With Child.
Until that reaches the surface, you can enjoy “Nah Nah Nah (Remix)” below.
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