Ye, hot off his appearance on Pusha T's new album, has collaborated with Future once again to bring the world "Keep It Burnin" from his new album. YM has more information.

I NEVER LIKED YOU is Future's ninth studio album - alongside featuring Ye, the album includes feature appearances from artists such as Drake, Young Thug and Gunna.

Ye and Future have maintained a close personal and creative relationship over the years. They worked together on the track "I Won" in the past, where both artists praised their partners at the time. Ye also made a surprise appearance during Future's set at Rolling Loud LA in late 2021, performing songs such as "Can't Tell Me Nothing" and "Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1".

Ye performing during Future's set at Rolling Loud

More recently, Future was appointed the executive producer of Ye's eleventh studio album, Donda 2, and has feature appearances on two tracks of the project. The track "Keep It Burnin" is significant as it was originally set to appear on Donda 2, but the track was removed from the STEM PLAYER platform shortly after the release of the project.

A video for "Keep It Burnin" was released alongside Future's album after being teased through his Instagram story days prior. The video is filmed in a circular perspective, and consists of both artists dancing throughout. All those featured in the video are wearing all black outfits, with Ye wearing clothing from the recently revealed YEEZY GAP Engineered By Balenciaga lookbook.

An image from the "Keep It Burnin" video, featuring Ye and Future dancing among others

I NEVER LIKED YOU by Future is out now. You can listen to it below via Apple Music and Spotify, as well as check out the music video for "Keep It Burnin".