Kanye West teases collaboration with DaBaby

Ye reaching out to new generation of rappers to make hip hop art
Kanye West and Da Baby
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Kanye West is working on new music with one of the hottest rappers in the country, DaBaby

On Sunday, Ye and DaBaby shared a text convo, where DaBaby mentioned he had "been" and was "still inspired" by the multi-Grammy-winning hitmaker since his 2007 album, Graduation.

Hours later, Ye returned to share a 15-second snippet of DaBaby rapping over a trap-flute beat.

"DaBaby turned this verse around so quick," he tweeted, sharing an animated painting of a skull head with long white hair. "It's so inspirational to see how fast we can move as a people. I had to give y'all at least a snippet."

"Let me get 'em Ye/ They gone hate on me [the] young [dude] anyway," DaBaby raps on the track. "They only call me when they have a bill to pay / Ain't nobody ask me how I feel today." 

The track's beat sounds like Kanye's latest theme song "Nah Nah Nah," where he discusses his presidential ambitions after announcing his bid for presidency in July.

DaBaby said he's in full support of Kanye as the next U.S President, despite Kanye's struggle to get his name on the ballot in several major states.

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"Ima let y’all finish.... But you got me f***** up you think I ain’t voting for Ye," DaBaby tweeted referencing Kanye's infamous faux pas where he interrupted Taylor Swift's acceptance speech at the 2009 VMA's.

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