It was just last week that Kaytranada dropped his 0.001% mixtape. The nearly 90-minute recording features a mix of new and reused beats, including remixes of Usher's "U Don't Have To Call” and Chance the Rapper’s "All Night" with some Freddie Gibbs and Mick Jenkins thrown in for good measure.
It's still not clear if Kaytranada's latest mixtape is the same tape—reportedly titled 0.01%—that he first announced to Zane Lowe on Beats 1 back in May or if they are two separate ones. "It's on it’s way. It's gonna be wild," Kaytranada revealed at the time.
André 3000 isn't the only person that Kaytranada has been linking up with lately. Chance the Rapper recently confirmed he has a new single, "They Say," on the way that will feature production from Kaytranada. "So, 'They Say' will be released for sure," Chance told fans on Twitter. "I gave it to my homie who produced it, Kaytra. Kaytranada produced it a minute ago for the third mixtape in its early stages, and he's gonna release it soon, I think. So, look out for 'They Say.'"
Previously, Kaytranada linked up with an impressive long list of rappers like Anderson .Paak and Freddie Gibbs, so we're definitely excited to see what he and 3 Stacks have in store for us.
— Lil Chano From 79th (@chancetherapper) September 24, 2016