Kanye West gained more prominence after his release of Donda 2, but he’s not on Billboard. Fans have become die heart supports of this great innovative creation. Recently, in an outtake from ‘Jeen-Yuhs’ Kanye West and Teyana Taylor recorded an unreleased song. This excited his loyal fan base even further.

Despite the fact that Kanye West’s Jeen-Yuhs documentary trilogy featured about five hours of film from director Coodie’s time with Kanye over the past 20 years or so, it wasn’t long enough to include everything from the vault.

Kanye West was seen in the studio with Teyana Taylor in an exclusive outtake from TIME from the summer of 2017 when he was producing five albums as part of the Wyoming Sessions. The two were shown in the video working on an unreleased song named “Cold Blooded” that didn’t make it onto Taylor’s K.T.S.E. album.

Kanye stripped the song of its previous beat and developed a new one while mentoring Teyana Taylor, reminiscing about recording at his mother’s house when he was younger. Recorded in Wyoming’s Jackson Hole, Following Pusha T’s Daytona, Kanye’s Ye, Kids See Ghosts with Kid Cudi, and Nas’ Nasir, K.T.S.E. was released in June 2018. It was the last of five Kanye West-produced albums released in consecutive weeks.


K.T.S.E. debuted at No. 17 on the Billboard 200 chart in its first week, selling around 23,000 total album-equivalent units. Coodie and Chike, the directors of Jeen-Yuhs, recently spoke with Netflix about the documentary series’ place in hip-hop history.

“You truly get this evolution of music, fashion and everything through different decades. But to me, what sticks out the most in that journey and in that history is the relevance of Kanye. You see so many artists who have come and go from when we started to now. The amazing scene to me is in Wyoming when Kanye’s working and seeing all the artists in that room. There’s not one artist there who was around during the Channel Zero time. Some of these kids weren’t even born yet. But Kanye’s still there. His music is still timeless.”

“Hip Hop will never die. People thought it was going to end in the ’80s. It’s just getting bigger and bigger.”

What did you think of this song? Kanye West is delivering hits after masterpieces. Fans are eagerly awaiting the release of his latest masterpiece, which all hope he will do shortly. For further updates stay tuned to Thirsty.

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Muskan Sharma

Muskan Sharma is a law student at Calcutta University. She writes for Thirsty for News, covering world news and entertainment. In her free time, she enjoys traveling and exploring new places.

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