June 3, 2013


Chief Keef Confirms Kanye Collabo But Can't Recall Name of 'Yeezus' Feature

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Johnny Nunez/WireImage

During a mostly mumbled interview with John Reed (one of the hosts of Fuse's United States of Hip Hop), Chief Keef confirmed he will appear on Kanye West's uber-anticipated sixth album Yeezus after logging some studio time with 'Ye in Paris.

How excited is the 17-year-old MC about guesting on the year's most-hyped rap release? So stoked he can't even remember the name of the song he recorded with Kanye.

"Yeah, I did a song called… I forget," Keef mutters with extreme disinterest. "But I'm on it. I forgot what the song's called. It's a hot song."

Hey, the dude has a lot on his mind. In between being arrested for speeding, marijuana and probation violation, it's hard to keep track of little deets like the name of a collaboration with one of the biggest stars on earth.

Speaking of Yeezus, we recently learned the cover art for the LP will feature none of the melted gold imagery that baby mama Kim K post to Instagram last month. Instead, the cover non-art will consist of a blank jewel case with a red piece of tape and an exhortation to "Please Add Graffiti."

We're guessing Chris Brown will have a good time with this.

Catch Sherrod Small, John Reed, Nicole Ryan and a rotating crew of artists and experts chopping it up every Tuesday, 8:30/7:30c, on Fuse's United States of Hip Hop.