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That's Drake's Uncle Sampled At The End Of The New Kanye West Song

'No More Parties in L.A.,' with some help from Larry Graham.

The beat for Kanye West's latest release, "No More Parties in L.A.," which was produced by Madlib, was actually originally sent to 'Ye during the recording of his 2010 My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy album. But that may not be the most surprising part of the beat.

That distinction, instead, goes to the fact that Drake's uncle, Larry Graham, is sampled on "No More Parties in L.A.," as pointed out by Complex. The track that's sampled, "Stand Up and Shout About Love," was from 1980, and appears at the 5:32 mark of Yeezy's latest, which features Kendrick Lamar.

It unclear if this was part of the original beat that Madlib sent or something added after -- but we do know that aspects of the production were changed from their original form. There's a sample, for instance, of a Kanye line from 2012's "New God Flow," which had to have been added after the 2010 iteration.

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