It appears that Kanye West has collaborated with Daft Punk. The Chicago, Illinois emcee has been working with Electronic duo and at least two tracks are finished from their session together.

In a recent article in Rolling Stone, reports indicate that the collaboration took place in Paris, France. An exceprt of the article is below. 

At their Paris studio, they laid down a combination of live and programmed drums while Kanye worked out rough vocals on the fly. “It was very raw: he was rapping – kind of screaming primally, actually,” Thomas says. “Kanye doesn’t give a fuck,” Guy-Manuel adds. “He’s a good friend.” Director (and longtime Daft Punk compatriot) Michel Gondry says that Kanye recently played him “two songs” that sprang from the session. “One of them, I told him it sounded solid and powerful – I envisioned a cube when I heard it,” Gondry says. “He told me, Chris Cunningham’s already directing the video!”

This report, as shared on, confirms at least two songs that will be revealed soon, including a video to be released. Kanye West sampled Daft Punk in the past, using their “Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger” for his track, 2007’s “Stronger.” 

The collaborations were confirmed by A-Track, who tweeted about the songs he’s heard. 

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