Tyler, the Creator and Kanye West spotted in the studio together

It seems the pair may be working on tracks for West’s long-awaited Donda LP

Fresh off the back of his Call Me If You Get Lost LP, Odd Future innovator Tyler, the Creator has been spotted in the studio with Kanye West. A new video clip shared by rapper Consequence places the two artists together in the midst of what appears to be a studio session. 

The muted clip, which was posted to Instagram over the weekend, watches on as Kanye – who sports a full-face hooded mask – plays a track to an approving Tyler. A whiteboard can be seen behind the duo, with what looks to be a tracklist scribbled on it. Donda is written at the top of the list, as well as other potential track titles such as Remote, New Again and Come To Life. Consequence captioned the post: “Ye x Tyler. Epic Level. Summer ’21.” Watch it below.


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West’s Donda album was slated for release last summer. However, the release date passed without any drops or further announcements, so many fans assumed that the project had been shelved. His ninth, and last, studio album, Jesus Is King, landed in October 2019. 

The two artists have collaborated previously, with West appearing on two Tyler, the Creator tracks: Puppet and Smuckers. Tyler’s latest album, Call Me If You Get Lost, featured the likes of Lil Wayne, Lil Uzi Vert, 42 Dugg, Domo Genesis and DJ Drama.

Read: How Tyler, the Creator builds worlds with director of photography Luis Pérez.