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Music PopWrapped | Music

West And Lamar Team Up For The First Time Ever

Robin Klein | PopWrapped Author

Robin Klein

01/24/2016 4:01 pm
PopWrapped | Music
West And Lamar Team Up For The First Time Ever | West
Media Courtesy of HypeBeast

As we dive into 2016, recording artists are releasing new songs that could be this year's top hits. Kanye West and Kendrick Lamar, both American hip hop artists, have taken the music world by storm with their new song, "No More Parties in L.A.", which dropped four days ago on the 18th.

According to Time Magazine, this full version of the song was shared by West "early Monday morning after teasing a snippet of the song more than a week ago, when he debuted the track “Real Friends.”  This is the first song that West and Lamar have worked on together as West's wife, Kim Kardashian-West, pointed out on her Twitter account. Kardashian-Wests's tweets got around 20,000 or more retweets and around 40,000 or more favorites. 

What's exciting about "No More Parties in L.A." is the surprise feature at the end. Larry Graham, former bassist for Sly and the Family Stone and founder of Graham Central Station, had "his song “Stand Up and Shout About Love”... sampled near the end of the new Yeezy/Kendrick Lamar joint, released this past Monday...", reported VIBE.  Surprisingly, Graham is rapper Drake's uncle. Drake gave a shout out to his uncle on Instagram after the full song dropped, posting a picture of Graham's album "One In A Million You," with a caption that read "Few more parties in LA."

 

Few more parties in LA.

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 West's release of his new song with Lamar has been a topic of interests for many magazines and websites. Rolling Stone gave fans a small sneak peek of the song, posting the first few bars as a teaser.

"Over at the crib you left your Ray Bans / My sheets still orange from your spray tan / No more parties in L.A.."

 Now that this song is available, it will no doubt be winning many awards and will soon be climbing the charts.

Listen to the song below and tell us what you think in the comments! 

 

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