The-Dream stopped by ESPN's Highly Questionable to chop it up with co-hosts Dan Le Batard and Bomani Jones. The 4-minute segment is pretty hilarious, with The-Dream revealing that he has a new song with Kanye West.

"I can't say the exact name of it because we never know titles until Kanye actually lets us know what the title is, which is like eight years from now," The-Dream chuckled. "He definitely almost fell off something, but we were there to corral him in the end."

When asked what did 'Ye fall off of, the R&B singer shared more stories. "The fact that we're both firecrackers. It's amazing of course. He's such a genius at what he does," said Dream."I watched him stand on a lot of things in the studio. and almost fall off a lot of things while praising his record," he explained. When asked which songs got Yeezy really hype, the singer/songwriter mentioned 'All of the Lights,' as well as a new, untitled track, where 'Ye almost fell of the studio console after playing it back." The Atlanta native didn't clarify whether or not the new song would appear on Kanye's upcoming album, So Help Me God, but one can presume it will.

Before heading out, The-Dream also talked about life before music success, Lil Wayne dating his ex-girlfriend and if he listens to his own music in intimate situations. Check out the clip above and be on the look out for Crown, which drops March 31.

As for Kanye West, he can now call himself an art curator. Inspired by the theme "Jolie Laide," Kanye curated a a selection of art he calls "Blud Rush" for the new, 6th issue of CR Fashion Book. He offered the statement below to accompany the art for the issue, which hits stands today.

"To create an expression is close to innoncence. Childhood is stolen from you with every judgment made, innocence stolen with it. You go into a room alone and try to collect the pieces of your life and meet your monster.Everyone has a monster that hunts them—monsters inside and outside. I have fought monsters. And have turned into a complete monster in the midst of the fight."

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