Has Kanye West shared a new “Nah Nah Nah” remix this past October? Yeah, yeah, yeah!
Amid the October season, the long-reigning American rapper and record producer quietly premiered his single, “Nah Nah Nah”, provoking widespread excitement among his global fanbase. Not long after, West decided that the single was not enough, so he released a remix of the “Nah Nah Nah” with popular hip-hop artists DaBaby and 2 Chainz. The remix surprised all unsuspecting fans.
Along with the remix, West also hinted with a tease of a new release of “Believe What I Say.” West made a tactical move to partner with old-timer 2 Chainz and relative newcomer DaBaby for his remix, as both have a vast fanbase. Over the past summer, DaBaby has featured in a number of remixes with other artists such as Dua Lipa for the remix of her Future Nostalgia track “Levitating.” The recently-famed rapper also partnered the remix for Moneybagg Yo’s “Said Sum” with City Girls. His feature with West has become a win in his remix repertoire.
In September, 2 Chainz was busy premiering his popular single “Money Maker”. The song featured Lil Wayne, and highlighted the Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) community. The dedicated music video along with it became a favored Fall anthem during the September month. 2 Chainz’s most recent feature with West and DaBaby has created a powerhouse rap trio.