Kanye West just dropped the first single from “Cruel Winter” during an interview with Big Boy on Real 92.3 LA.
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The brand new track which features Travis Scott, Desiigner, Big Sean, Gucci Mane, Quavo, 2 Chainz and Yo Gotti.
Kanye also mentioned a “12-15 minute version with every GOOD Music artist” version of the single that just dropped.
Tune into Big Boy's 92.3 I'm about to play the first single from Cruel Winter
— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) June 3, 2016
Listening to Kanye live on the radio with Big Boy!!! He's about to premiere the 1st single off Cruel Winter 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) June 3, 2016
Big Sean teased the track when he was in the studio with Kanye via his Snapchat earlier this week.
PRAY FOR ME, I'M ABOUT TO HIT THE YE BUTTON pic.twitter.com/TGmFX8Uh2U
— TeamKanyeDaily (@TeamKanyeDaily) June 1, 2016
Kanye also stayed at the radio show for an interview where he talked about the next song, touring, the “Cruel Winter” album, being a dad, Adidas, being Kanye, Taylor Swift line on “Famous” and he even did live performances of “Runaway” and “Flashing Lights” during karaoke.
On Kim: Nah, she tells me what to wear. We both love clothes. We both worked in clothes from, I’ma say, grammar school.
Cruel Winter: Sometimes you have snippets, ideas, beats. You got like a solid seven, eight songs that we know is gonna make the album and the others ones [are like] a beat from Mike Will or Travis just brought three songs through…We sit there and we work together on our stuff. I look at it as we on the same team.
Fatherhood: The meaning of life is life itself — your kids. Learning, growing how to connect with your kids, with my daughter and son. I’m just so happy to be a father. I know when I talk about my music I get amped up. I wanna sit and listen. I wanna learn what my daughter has to say. I want to learn what she’s saying and see how I can contribute to her living the best life possible. I’m extremely protective [of my kids]. I’m doing it when I left Nike for Adidas, I did it for my daughter. There was an opportunity to grow there was love, respect and admiration at Adidas. There was an opportunity to make a better life for my daughter … I don’t wanna have to be doing “Goldigger” when I’m 50 years old.
Watch the full interview below:
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