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Kanye West

Kanye West has held a 'Yeezus' listening party in New York - and revealed a few of the guests who contributed to studio sessions.

In a year dominated by big, lavish returns, Kanye West's new album promises to be the biggest of them all. Grandiosely titled 'Yeezus' drops this summer, and speculation is already rife as to who will be appearing on the full length.

Holding a listening party at Milk in New York last night (June 10th) the rapper spoke to the assembled crowd. Playing the album in full, he revealed that Daft Punk have contributed music to three or four tracks. (via Pitchfork)

Chief Keef and Bon Iver's Justin Vernon are set to pair off, with the resulting track being titled 'Can't Handle My Liquor'. Elsewhere, it is reported that Kanye West has crafted a new song which flips TNGHT's 'Higher Ground' and places it against Billie Holiday's classic rendition of 'Strange Fruit'.

Clash recently poured over Kanye West's career, placing ten vital Yeezy moments in sequence. Showcasing his production, his rapping, his flamboyance and his tender side it's a enough to tide you over until 'Yeezy' crashes onto record shop shelves this summer.

Check it out HERE.

'Yeezus' is set to be released this summer.

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