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Kanye West, ¥$, Ty Dolla $ign ft. North West – Talking Once Again (Official Music Video)

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Artists: Kanye West, ¥$, and Ty Dolla $ign

Featuring: North West

Song Title: Talking, Once Again

Album Title: Vultures Volume 1

Music Video Directed By: D’Innocenzo Brothers

Song Produced By: Kanye West, DJ Camper, James Blake & No I.D.

Written By: Kanye West, Ty Dolla $ign, North West, DJ Camper, James Blake, Ant Clemons & Mamii

Release Date: Wednesday, February 7th, 2024.

American superstar Kanye West teams up with ¥$, Ty Dolla $ign to release the latest track, “Talking, Once Again”, featuring North West.

Kanye West has dropped the music video for the song “Talking, Once Again,” featuring his daughter North West.

Directed by the D’Innocenzo Brothers, the “Talking, Once Again” music video features close-ups of Ye and Ty and both of their daughters. North West gets her hair braided and looks adorable.

This Friday, Kanye West will apparently release the long-delayed first volume of Vultures, the three-part project he’s cooking up with Ty Dolla $ign.

The album mark Ye’s first proper release since the 2022 barrage of antisemitic remarks that have caused numerous brands and fellow entertainers to cut ties with the rapper.

Kanye West is largely absent from the song, as North and Ty each take a verse, leaving West to sing on the outro.

“Talking, Once Again” opens with a battle chant sampled from a video of the cheerleading squad at Wilkes-Barre Area High School in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. Ye modifies the chant—which goes, “You don’t want no problem, you’re just talking like you do!”—so it ends with someone softly singing the word “talking.”

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Next comes North West’s endearing verse, which the 10-year-old debuted in Miami back in December, during a controversial Vultures listening event.

Ty goes next and worries about his daughter, Jailynn, growing up and facing tough situations he didn’t necessarily handle well in his own life. Any parent can relate.

Kanye ends the song by singing the chorus Ty has already crooned a couple times. It’s all about rain clouds releasing their burden, which could be read a lot of different ways in light of recent Kanye events.

Source: George Awiadem Maclean | BieGyaNation.Com

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