Epic Records artist King Louie has been confirmed to appear on Kanye West’s highly anticipated ‘Yeezus’ album.
The Chicago “drill” rapper, who also goes under the rap alias “King L,” makes a guest feature on the “Send It Up,” Fader reports.
King L isn’t the only Chicago talent on the album.
Ye also included teen Hip Hop star Chief Keef on the project.
Chief Keef and West collaborated on the song “Hold My Liquor.”
Chief Keef, born Keith Cozart, initially said he didn’t remember what the song was titled, but recalled the track as being “hot” during an interview with Beats By Dre in New York City.
“I did a song called…I forgot,” he said. “I’m on it. I forgot what the song is called, but it is a hot song.”
Check out Chief Keef’s “Beats By Dre” interview below
Ye said the track almost didn’t make it onto the album, according to Fader.
Chief Keef reportedly raps on the track, “I can’t control my n-----, and my n----- they can’t control me.”
The O’ Block rapper recorded the song with Ye in Paris, tweeting his excitement to his thousands of fans.
“On my way! To paris Wit @kanyewest #Squad,” he tweeted
#ParisFinnaturnUp,” the caption on the photo read.
Kanye also features King Louie, another up and coming artist from the Chi.
The album, executive produced by Def Jam founder Rick Rubin, features ten tracks. It is set to hit stores and iTunes June 18.
Listen to Kanye West & King Louie “Send It Up” song below
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