Young Chop’s work with Kanye West will extend beyond their collaboration on ‘Yeezus’ album.
Chop, born Tyree Pittman, revealed to Hip Hop Since 1987 he and Kanye West would release new music in the near future.
“We going extra harder,” Chop said. “I got some new sh*t coming with Kanye, too. We got some hard a-- s---…to be continued.”
Chop was nominated for a Grammy for his assistance on Kanye West’s ‘Yeezus’ album.
“Grammy, yeah that sh*t felt good,” he said. “I’m like damn ‘Yeezus got a Grammy nomation?’”
Kanye West also sparked buzz when it was announced he would be working on Chief Keef’s forthcoming “Bang 3” album.
Sosa’s manager Peeda Pan made the big announcement via IG, sharing an image of Sosa, Kanye West and Interscope Records A&R Larry Jackson with the caption, “#Gang.”
Pan later commented on his own post, writing, “#Bang3.”
The trio appear focused as they sit on an ivory sofa with their eyes peered into laptop monitors that rest upon a rusty wooden table littered with miscellaneous items.
Sosa shared this soon to be iconic image to his IG account, writing, “Almighty and Yeezus.”
“Late night Money,” he added in another photo.
Sosa and Ye previously collaborated on album “Yeezus” for the single “Hold My Liquor.”
Ye came into contact with Sosa and Chop after he remixed the viral hit song “I Don’t Like.”
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