Kanye West and Kendrick Lamar Have Collaborated Again Damon Campbell January 22, 2016 feature, featured, Hip Hop News | Trending Hip Hop Stories It appears another Kanye West and Kendrick Lamar collaboration is on its way. Just days after the completed version of “No More Parties in L.A.” – which, as it turns out, samples Drake‘s uncle, Larry Graham – was released, Yeezy has shared a photo of the pair back in the studio together. “We just wanna thank Madlib for these six beat CDs he sent over,” Kanye tweeted. But Madlib, who produced the aforementioned record – a beat originally intended for Kanye’s 2010 LP, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy – wasn’t the only producer in last night’s session, as Swizz Beatz was also pictured, at the very least providing vocals. Yeezy even shared a photo of an E-mu SP-1200 drum machine, much to the delight of many hip-hop heads. Back in 2002, it’s worth noting, he shared an interesting story with Complex about how he traded No I.D. his chain for that very same piece of equipment – or certainly the exact model. Depending perhaps on whether or not Kanye has already submitted his seventh solo album, SWISH, well in advance of its projected February 11 release, it would seem as though last night’s session may result in yet another G.O.O.D. Friday – or Saturday, or Sunday, or Monday – freebie.