The second episode of Netflix’s Jeen-Yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy was highlighted by archival footage of Kanye West and Jamie Foxx recording their 2003 hit single “Slow Jamz,” which featured on Ye‘s 2004 album The College Dropout and Twista’s Kamikaze. During the session, which took place in Foxx’s home studio because Roc-A-Fella didn’t budget Kanye for recording, West talks jamie with a guest appearance on “Slow Jamz.”
jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy Act 2 is now streaming and features footage of Kanye and Jamie Foxx recording Slow Jamz pic.twitter.com/fuQFkYLDjn
— Netflix (@netflix) February 23, 2022
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Just days after the second episode premiered on Netflix, Kanye and Foxx met each other, resulting in an implied Instagram live stream session. “I told you at the time that Kanye was young and hungry,” Foxx said in the short clip. “Now look at us. There’s a reason we ran into each other. I can’t wait to see the next step.”
Foxx has remained well on the music side lately, with Ye just released more than a dozen Donda 2 tracks through Stem Player, an audio device made by YEEZY Tech and Kano Computing. The songs released were versions of this week’s Ye’s Donda 2 event in Miami. It’s unclear if he’ll release new iterations down the road.
Kanye West’s Stem Player website has added the remaining Donda 2 songs for download 👀🔥 pic.twitter.com/sN0HQ15wfe
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The album was released less than a week after Ye announced that the album would only be available in stem player. As we wrote in our news, West did not want to deal with Spotify or Apple Music and did not release Donda 2 on these music platforms.
“Donda 2 will only be available on my own platform, Stem Player,” West wrote. “Apple amazon is not on Spotify or YouTube. Today, artists receive only 12% of the money the industry makes. It’s time to get rid of this oppressive system of music. It’s time to take control and build ourselves.”