Kanye West Never Called Jack White Back About Being on "Yeezus"

He also spoke on some scrapped Jay Z songs.

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It appears that just about everyone really, really enjoyed Kanye West's Yeezus tour. In the latest issue of Rolling Stone, former White Stripes guitarist and singer, Jack White, talked about attending the tour, saying, "That might have been the greatest show I've seen in my life. It was more punk, more in-your-face than anything I've seen."

Though Jack was a fan of the tour, he did admit in the interview that he was bummed out when he didn't get to work with Ye on Yeezus. He said that Kanye had originally asked him to collaborate on the album, but never ended up calling him back.

White also showed some love for Jay Z, revealing that the two did work on songs together, but he isn't sure if Jay liked them, so they may never come out. That's a bummer. A glimpse of the interview can be read here.

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