Kanye West has collaborated with Daft Punk and Chris Cunningham on new material
Kanye West has worked with French house duo Daft Punk on music for his new album.
The producers, who have just finished work on their own new album ‘Random Access Memories’, teamed up with West for some new material which will feature on the West's upcoming sixth studio album.
Daft Punk told Rolling Stone:
“It was very raw. He was rapping - kind of screaming primally, actually. Kanye doesn't give a f**k. He's a good friend.”
They went on to say that they’d been given sneak previews of what West’s album has in store - and said:
“One of them, I told him it sounded solid and powerful - I envisioned a cube when I heard it. He told me, Chris Cunningham's already directing the video!”
Award-winning director, Chris Cunningham, is known for his deeply disturbing Aphex Twin videos, so his collaboration with West is a surprising one.
Daft Punk unveiled an album trailer for 'Random Access Memories' in Coachella this weekend. The album will be out on May 20.
Watch Aphex Twin's 'Come To Daddy' video, and Bjork's 'All is Full of Love', both directed by Chris Cunningham below:
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