Kanye West has been quiet, by his standards, ever since releasing his last album, and most assume the MC/producer went off the radar to finish working on his collaboration album with Jay-Z, Watch the Throne.
But now, it seems, 'Ye has more in store than just his project with Hov. According to a tweet by Los Angeles spin doctor DJ Franzen, West has recruited Big Sean and Drake for the remix to his current single, "All of the Lights."
"Drizzy murdered the 'All of the Lights' remix with @kanyewest," the DJ wrote. "He played it at the Suite Party last night! I heard it 1st last Sat."
A verse from the Thank Me Later star originally appeared on an early version of "All of the Lights" that landed online before the release of My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy. But on the album version, Drake is one of a many vocalists, including Rihanna, Elton John, Fergie, La Roux, John Legend and more, and his voice is indistinguishable from the others on the track.
Drake's earlier verse will reportedly be replaced with a new set of rhymes for the remix, according to Complex magazine.
Last last year, in an interview with Eminem's Shade 45 satellite radio show, Drake talked about his "All of the Lights" contribution not making Yeezy's album.
"Kanye's creative process is ever-changing," Drake explained. "We make music differently. I make what comes to me and I hate changing it, whereas 'Ye will change something 30 or 40 times to get it perfect. To each their own, and the change was to put all those people on it, and I wasn't one of them. That's completely OK."
Check out what fans are already saying about anticipating the "All of the Lights" remix on Rapfix.