In the last two weeks, Kanye West has blessed fans with "Facts," "Real Friends," a preview of "No More Parties in LA," and most importantly, the release date for SWISH. The project is locked in for Feb. 11—a Thursday for those counting at home—which means Kanye will likely be scrambling this month to make sure it gets finished on time and is also up to his standards.
That brings us to a very pointed message the rapper shared on Twitter tonight, and it's focused solely on the people he wants to avoid when it comes to collaborating. "I have no interest in working with anyone who is too important or too good or too traditional to take a call at 3am," he said.
We can only imagine how many artists are now going to miss out on a SWISH session because they decided to call it a night early. Also, who the hell is passing on a phone conversation with Kanye at three in the morning? If you're truly grinding, you build at any time of the day, fam. You know who does operate under owl hours, though? Drake.
I have no interest in working with anyone who is too important or too good or too traditional to take a call at 3am— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) January 10, 2016
Oh yeah, and Steve Jobs is still Kanye's idol. Don't you ever forget that.
My idol. pic.twitter.com/YGFrPhQmDP— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) January 10, 2016