Kanye West hints at upcoming Drake and Future collabs

Kanye West tweeted — wait, let us finish — a thank you to Drake for helping him with his new album with "no strings."

Drake, Future and Kanye West collaborations to 'drop soon,' West tweets

Kanye West tweeted a thank you to Drake for his help with his new album The Life of Pablo. (Andrew Kelly/Reuters)

Kanye West tweeted — wait, let us finish — a thank you to Drake for helping him with his new album with "no strings."

Drake is featured on West's 30 Hours and Father Stretch My Hands on The Life of Pablo, which was released on Tidal over the weekend.

West said "Drake would come by and just help, no strings." The rapper, known lately for his turbulent tweets, also hinted at upcoming collaborations with Drake and Future that would "drop soon."

Drake and West worked together on Blessings alongside Big Sean as well as Drake's 2009 single Forever, which also featured Eminem and Lil Wayne.

Drake is expected to release his new album Views from the 6 in April. Dozens of billboards are scattered across the city touting its eventual release.


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