Rock icon Paul McCartney and rap magnate Kanye West are reportedly secretly working on a collaboration track, an interestingly titled tune called "P-ss on My Grave."
As Page Six reports, the former Beatle and Kanye are in fact working on several joint songs, but the oddly-titled one sparked the most attention.
According to the same source, West's wife Kim Kardashian told her friends how surprised she was with such a provocative title. As the article further reads, McCartney had previously revealed being interested in collaborating with some of the prominent rappers, most notably West and Jay-Z.
In related news, Kanye has entered studio and is busy working on "Yeezus" follow-up. As Independent reports, lead single "All Day" is ready to go, and was described as "so good, the album has to be balanced against it."
"I think most likely September," West said about the release date. "I go back and forth. Like, should it be September or should it be October? Should it be November? When Beyonce was working on her last album, she took a while."