Kanye West brought in the New Year by dropping the heartfelt song “Only One” featuring Rock legend Paul McCartney. The question remains: Did the Beatles member and the G.O.O.D. Music founder record more tracks together?
According to Rolling Stone, “Only One” emerged from an extended studio session with West and McCartney in Los Angeles. A representative for Kanye said the track was the first “publicly available recording from what has become a prolific musical collaboration between these two legendary artists.”
In August, the New York Post reported the two music icons could be releasing a full album. The article also stated there was another Kanye/Paul song titled “Piss On My Grave.” The Huffington Post confirmed the Chicago rapper did have a song called “Piss On Your Grave,” but Kanye’s camp would not address whether McCartney was on the record.
The British performer seems to be a big fan of Yeezy’s music. McCartney said on Twitter that a West album was one of the last he purchased. He has also stated he thought adding Kanye or Jay Z on his song “Appreciate.”