Kanye West Didn’t Like Chance The Rapper’s Lyrics For Ultra-Light Beam
In his recent interview with Brenton Blanchet for the Recording Academy, the Chi-town artist Chance the Rapper, spoke about his back-and-forth discussion with Kanye West over the lyrics he wanted to use for Ultra Light Beam. Chance said,
“I rapped on Kanye’s sh*t right before it came out that I was working on these three Grammys, and I was like, ‘If I keep rapping like that, and just saying s*‘s gonna happen, that’s just gonna happen.’ And it started happening,”
“Kanye didn’t want me to say that on that song. And I had to go back and forth with him about keeping my line on there.”
As Chance the Rapper spoke about his experience working with Kanye he said,
“Just being in a position to rap [with] the person who probably is the reason I became a rapper—to be able to produce and write and to be featured on the intro, the first real rap verse you hear on the album, was crazy to me.”
“I was, at that time, speaking it into existence like, ‘Kanye gonna hit us up soon. You gonna be working with ‘Ye soon.’ And when that happened, I had to keep doing that. I had to keep being like, ‘I’m gonna just say what’s gonna happen.”
Recently, the 28-year-old rapper and father of two, joined Kanye West on his live ahead of the second Donda release event at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, GA.
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