Kanye West, Clipse’s Pusha-T and No Malice are no longer part of the song since “Shame the Devil” in 2013, but the two rappers are back in action in Kanye West’s new song, “Use This Gospel”. They were joined by the legendary saxophonist. Kenny G for a collaboration on the left of Kanye’s new album, Jesus is King.
Clipse broke off informally in 2012, after No Malice’s religious revival and the federal drug investigation against him. In her verse, No Malice explains how her life has changed:
Plans for a fourth Clipse album have been archived indefinitely, although they have left the door open to meet in the future. Their diverging theme has complicated the collaborations, but the religious theme of Jesus is that the King of Kanye gives them the opportunity to be on the same page.
A lot of damaged souls, I done damaged those
And in my arrogance, took a camera pose
Caught with a trunk of Barry Manilows
They sing a different tune when the slammer close
From the concrete grew a rose
They give you grave talk, I give you faith talk
“This is the only case where No Malice comes to rap,” Kanye said of the meeting in a recent interview with Zane Lowe. “It was just beautiful. They were [in Wyoming] working on the album. Just five months ago, I remember saying, “I will not even rap.” I remember that No Malice said, “I’m going to write a shot for that.”
NO BIG DEAL KENNY G IN MY LIVING ROOM!!! Happy Valentines Day 💋💋💋 pic.twitter.com/A1GD0UlEwu
— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) February 14, 2019
Kenny G, meanwhile, is contributing to a solo saxophone, has revealed for the first time that he was working with Kanye on new music earlier this month. Kanye had previously recruited him for a Valentine’s Day surprise for Kim Kardashian:
“Use This Gospel” presents works by DRTWRK and Timbaland. Previously, he had published a new publication under the title “Chakras (law of attraction)”, while Kanye still planned to release his album, Yandhi, today abandoned. Read all the lyrics of “Use This Gospel” from Kanye West on Genius now.