Kanye West is spreading the gospel with some help from Eminem.
During his tweetstorm on Friday, the Yeezy mogul revealed that Eminem recorded a remix of his Jesus Is King track “Use This Gospel,” which was produced by Dr. Dre.
“@Eminem THANK YOU FOR RAPPING ON THE DR DRE REMIX OF USE THIS GOSPEL,” tweeted a grateful Ye.
He went on to share his admiration for Marshall Mathers. “I HAVW [sic] ALWAYS LOVED AND RESPECTED YOU AND IM HONORED TO HAVE YOU BLESS THIS SONG,” he said, adding that “Use This Gospel” is his daughter North’s “favorite Kanye West song of all time.”
The only other time Kanye and Em have collaborated was on 2009’s “Forever,” which also featured Drake and Lil Wayne.
In November, Kanye announced that Dr. Dre was producing a sequel to Jesus Is King. Snoop Dogg recently revealed that he also collaborated with Ye on an untitled track at the request of Dre.
“The ni**a mind sound like he right, he in the right spirit, he rapping this shit,” Snoop told “The Breakfast Club.” “The shit he saying is spiritual, it’s dope. And I tell him, ‘Ni**a, you back.’”
In a separate tweet, Kanye said that he wants to help Taylor Swift get back her masters from Scooter Braun. Last year, Justin Bieber’s manager acquired Swift’s six-album catalog when he purchased her old record label, Big Machine.
He also vowed to help other artists gain freedom from their labels while jokingly excluding Drake. “WE’RE GONIG TO TRANSPARENTLY CHANGE EVERY ALBUM DEAL EVERY PUBLISHING DEAL EVERY MERCH DEAL EVERY TOURING DEAL EXCEPT FOR DRAKE’S DEALS,” he tweeted, adding, “JUST KIDDING … I LOVE DRAKE TOO … ALL ARTIST MUST BE FREE.”