Kanye Added André 3000, Puff Daddy, 2 Chainz, & Kid Cudi To Waves Last Night

Kanye Added André 3000, Puff Daddy, 2 Chainz, & Kid Cudi To Waves Last Night

Kanye has had quite a distracting week, but don’t worry, he’s getting back to his creative process. He’s been keeping us apprised of his progress on new album Waves and the many, many collaborators it’ll feature through a constantly growing notepad doodle, and last night, the doodle grew some more. We already knew that A$AP Rocky, The-Dream, Swizz Beatz, Chance The Rapper, Earl Sweatshirt, and Doug E. Fresh were involved, and now he’s added André 3000, 2 Chainz, Kid Cudi, Puff Daddy, gospel musician Kirk Franklin, Cyhi The Prince, production duo DJDS (formerly DJ Dodger Stadium), producer Anthony Kilhoffer, and A$AP Mob’s Young Lord, among others. Let us know in the comments if you can decipher any other names.

The legendary note pad has been updated with new signatures. January 29. #Waves (📷: @younglord)

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According to social media posts, Kanye spent last night in the studio with André 3000, Kid Cudi, 2 Chainz, Mike Dean, A$AP Bari, Kirk Franklin, and French Montana. Check out some photos from that session below.

Kirk Franklin’s presence lends some credence to this claim:

UPDATE: TMZ reports that there was another person who made it to Kanye’s studio session last night. André 3000 flew into LA and got an Uber to take him to the studio, but he accidentally got an Uber Pool, where one driver picks up multiple passengers. Some random girl got in the car with him and they started chatting and hit it off, so André decided to just bring her to the studio, introducing her to Kanye, French Montana, Diddy, Kid Cudi and 2 Chainz. According to TMZ, “the girl didn’t stay long,” though — I guess she had better things to do than sit around with a bunch of extremely famous people and listen to an unreleased album by “the greatest rockstar on the planet.”

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