[artist id="1230523"]Kanye West[/artist] has been working hard in the run-up to his forthcoming album My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy. Among his activities: previewing his new album [article id="1644579"]at social media companies[/article]; premiering [article id="1649516"]the long-form video for his latest single, "Runaway,"[/article] overseas; and releasing new material every week as part of his [article id="1649663"]G.O.O.D. Fridays[/article] project.
Now, Yeezy is adding a new activity to his docket: guest appearances on others' songs.
First, Yeezy lent his skills to Lloyd Banks' "Start It Up." On Tuesday (October 12) a remix of La Roux's "In for the Kill" that contains a new verse by the MC debuted on EW.com.
"I'm going in and I'mma go hard," 'Ye raps over the dance track, his lyrics paying homage to the Drake/ Lil Wayne/ Young Jeezy collab "I'm Goin' In." "I mean, what's the point if there ain't no scars/ A little teeth marks, blood on the collar/ That's real love.
"My American psycho/ An iller version of Ike, yo," he continues. "The Thriller version of Michael/ My recital is as bright as the light show up at the Eiffel/ A werewolf up in Paris, I'm living off your vitals."
During a Q&A with the British media earlier this month, West revealed that [article id="1649541"]La Roux would appear[/article] on his forthcoming project. The duo recently appeared on MTV's "The Seven," where frontwoman Elly Jackson [article id="1649571"]confirmed the collaboration[/article].
"I've been doing stuff with him the last couple [of] days," she said during the interview.
"He's a very exciting person to be around," she continued. "He's a special breed of person. He's not quite like anyone I've ever met before. He's very, very, very creative. He comes up with ideas every five seconds."
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