Justin Bieber, Kanye West Tweet About Possible Collaboration

'Ye and Bieber also chat about working with Wu-Tang Clan's Raekwon.

Sunday (August 15) was an eventful day for [artist id="1230523"]Kanye West,[/artist] [artist id="3187077"]Justin Bieber[/artist] and [artist id="1190"]Raekwon's[/artist] Twitter followers. The Louis Vuitton Don, the Biebs and the Chef chatted on the social-networking website about teaming up to record what would likely be a mind-blowing collaboration.

It all began on Sunday morning, when Yeezy typed that he had contracted Bieber Fever and was digging the Canadian teen's music.

"Listening to @ Justin Bieber 'Run Away love,' " West tweeted. "I love Sunday mornings in the crib."

About an hour later, Yeezy revealed that not only did he have the Bieber track on repeat, he shares a similar song title on his upcoming album.

"But I have listened to Runaway Love about 10 times so far," West wrote. "Ironically I got a song called Runaway on my new album too."

Rarely do the outspoken lyricist's musings go unnoticed, and soon Bieber began responding to 'Ye's Twitter props.

"It's not a so what moment for me. I'm 16 and a fan. I'm kinda hyped u are listening to my stuff. Thank u. Nice sunday morning," Bieber replied.

'Ye continued the e-love-fest and proposed that he, Bieber and Rae work on a track together.

"I'm honored that you like my Music @JustinBieber!!!" West tweeted. "You gotta hear the album. Maybe we can do something together. Me, You and Raekwon."

After bringing up the idea of throwing the Chef into the mix, 'Ye explained that Rae once jumped on one of his much-loved R&B and hip-hop collabos.

"Yo [Wu-Tang Clan's Ghostface] and Rae were on one of my favorite Jodeci remixes of all time," West wrote. 'Ye also suggested that the Staten Island MC should bring his Wu flavor to Bieber's music. "Maybe me and Rae should hop on Runaway Love! FLEX would drop bombs!"

Melding the gritty, boom-bap sounds of Raekwon with the cheery soulful pop of Justin Bieber and the genre-straddling jams of Kanye West might appear challenging. However, Bieber, who tweeted that he plays an acoustic version of 'Ye's 808s and Heartbreak hit, "Heartless," said that he's up for the task.

"Me, u, and the chef 2gether on a song = EPIC," Bieber wrote. "Might sound crazy 2 u but even having this convo is living the dream. Thanks."

Although Rae didn't type a response to either artist, the Only Built 4 Cuban Linx MC did re-tweet Bieber's reply.

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