Kanye West Was Interviewed for David Letterman’s Netflix Show

Kanye West taped an interview for talk show host David Letterman’s Netflix series “My Next Guest Needs No Introduction With David Letterman,” it has been revealed.

Vulture reported the news, although Netflix has not confirmed the interview. Vulture found anecdotes of the interview on social media.

The Kanye West episode seems to have been taped at the Nate Holden Performing Arts Center in Los Angeles, according to evidence put together by Vulture. Kim Kardashian West was also there.

Season one of Letterman’s new series debuted in January 2018, with Letterman interviewing high profile personalities. There is also a bonus episode with comedian Jerry Seinfeld taking on the role of interviewer and asking Letterman questions. The series has an 83 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

Kanye West will likely to be one of the guests for season two. Vulture reported that Letterman has taped at least one other episode for the season. Netflix announced earlier that Letterman would be making a season two but did not say when it would be available for viewing. According to Vulture, it is likely to come out this summer.

Letterman appeared at West’s weekly “Sunday Service” gathering, adding further speculation that Letterman and West are working on something together. The interview reportedly happened on Jan. 14, and the gathering, on Jan. 13, Rolling Stone reported.

West performed on Letterman’s long-running late night talk show, the “Late Show with David Letterman,” three times, according to Fansided. Letterman ended the talk show along with his legendary late night career on May 20, 2015.

West revealed new music at “Sunday Service,” according to HipHopDX. The website points out that at around the 26-minute mark in the YouTube video from Dream TV, West provided fans a preview to a new song that is likely from his anticipated Yandhi project.

West was reportedly at his new residence in Miami working on the project with Lil Wayne, Migos, Timbaland, 2 Chainz, along with lesser known recording artists Tee Grizzley and YNW Melly. TMZ shared the news on Jan. 7.

West appears in a video single from YNW Melly in a Jan. 17 YouTube video upload from Lyrical Lemonade, Stereogum reported. West sings the chorus and dances in the Florida rapper’s song. He did not produce the backing track, so its possible this was completed before the Miami sessions.

Kim Kardashian West, posted a video to her Twitter account of Kanye West getting her favorite music group, 112, to sing to her via video call.

“You guys have no idea how much that call means to me!!!!! 112 is my favorite group! I literally almost cried! Kourtney and Khloe completely feel me. They love 112 too,” Kardashian West wrote in a Twitter post.

There are only two members remaining of 112. According to an August interview with TMZ, group members Mike and Slim announced that members Q and Daron were leaving due to an unresolved argument. Q and Daron have since brought forth lawsuits, according to Mike and Slim. The split occurred not long after the group reunited following an 11-year hiatus.