(AllHipHop News) Post Malone has created one of the biggest internet hits of the year with his basketball inspired "White Iverson." The track has over 39 million plays on SoundCloud, but the success of Malone's "White Iverson" may soon be overshadowed by a major co-sign from one of the biggest stars in pop culture.
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When Kanye West debuted his Yeezy Season 2 collection at New York Fashion Week last month, the rapper/designer also introduced a new song titled "Fade." The cut features appearances from Malone and Ty Dolla Sign.
Post sat down with DJ Skee to talk about his contribution to Ye's latest work. According to the Texas-bred rhymer, Kanye expressed appreciation for his music during a party for Kylie Jenner. That encounter led to the collaboration.
"He said, 'Let's get in the studio.' He sent over that record, and I just did scratches," explained Post. "We linked up in L.A when we were both out here, and that's when I finished it."
He added about working with the platinum-selling artist, "That's a lot of pressure... It was a very scary type of deal."
Watch Post Malone's interview.