While no official announcement has been made from either camp about a potential album, the pair have been talking about wanting to release a joint project for years. Before 'Ye dropped The Life of Pablo he told The Breakfast Club in 2015 that the song "Wolves" was inspired by discussions the pair had about collaborating.
"The 'Wolves' song came from a conversation that me and Drake had, when was gonna do an album together, and the album was called Wolves," he said at the time. Back in February, West also hinted that more good things were coming from the duo in a pair of tweets thanking Drake for helping him on Pablo and saying "we all got new shit together that's gonna drop soon."
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In April, NME reported that Drake also dropped hints that he and 'Ye were close to releasing a mixtape, after a collabo on the Views track "Pop Style" (which also initially featured Jay Z) fell through. "I love [Kanye]. He's a really good guy. I grew up with him as a role model. Always given him credit that's why we're here right now. It's amazing to be his friend," Drake told Zane Lowe.
"We'll just sit and collaborate. We have a few things that we’ve worked on. It’s all about finding a place for it. We can link each other and discuss anything. Feeling a way on this or just leisure talk, we have a great relationship. I hope we get more music out. We were supposed to do a mixtape together an album together... You never know, he'll call me tonight and say, 'I'm putting these two songs out tonight'." Representatives for West and Drake could not be reached for further comment on the possible collaboration at press time.
The West hop-on at OVO was the topper to a weekend full of surprise cameos, including walk-outs by Rihanna, Sean Paul, French Montana and Future.
While we wait for the album, enjoy Kanye and Drake's "Pop Style" from OVO Fest.