West work­ing with Bieber on come­back?

Kuwait Times - - LIFESTYLE -

Kanye West is re­port­edly team­ing up with Justin Bieber for his big come­back al­bum. The 'Sorry' hit­maker re­vealed last Septem­ber that the pair had writ­ten songs to­gether and that he wasn't sure if they would see light of day. How­ever, they are likely to book in fur­ther stu­dio time later this year, when the 23-year-old pop su­per­star fin­ishes his 'Pur­pose World Tour' in Septem­ber, the Daily Star news­pa­per re­ports. When Justin was asked whether he will ever re­lease any of the other songs he wrote with the rap­per, he pre­vi­ously teased: "I don't know...maybe ...hope so." Kanye shared his ap­pre­ci­a­tion for Justin when he said his hit 'What Do You Mean?' was his "fa­vorite song of 2015". It would be only fit­ting that the 40-year-old hip-hop icon should work with Justin as he's al­ways given him ad­vice through­out his ca­reer. Speak­ing pre­vi­ously, Justin said: "Out of any­one in the in­dus­try who is cre­ative, he re­ally gets me. "His ad­vice is al­ways just, 'Make mu­sic that's so good peo­ple can't hate on it.'" Justin was only too pleased that the 'All Day' hit­maker wanted to lis­ten to the songs he'd writ­ten. He said: "I didn't wanna bore him or waste his time. So I was like, 'Can I play you these songs?' and he was like, 'I wanna hear ev­ery­thing.' To hear him say that, it just showed that he cared." Kanye pre­vi­ously worked with Justin and leg­endary pro­ducer Rick Ru­bin on his record 'Pur­pose'. The fa­ther-of-two - who has four-year-old daugh­ter North and 18month-old son Saint with wife Kim Kar­dashian West - can­celled the re­main­ing dates for his 'Saint Pablo Tour' last year, and was swiftly hos­pi­talised for sleep de­pri­va­tion and men­tal ex­haus­tion. How­ever, he is ea­ger to resched­ule his dates and put on a show ev­ery­one will be des­per­ate to see. A source said re­cently: "Kanye wants to fin­ish the tour. He loves his show. He wants ev­ery­one in the world to see it."

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