Kanye West Kai Cenat Twitch stream collab could be coming sooner than you think

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Kanye West performing onstage at a concert

Kanye West shared Kai Cenat singing along to his song ‘Carnival,’ and his team later turned to fans to get their thoughts on a potential Twitch collab.

Kai Cenat has had many big names from the rap and hip-hop spheres guest on his Twitch channel. From Ice Spice and Drake to 21 Savage and Nicki Minaj, Cenat has bridged the worlds of popular music.

And that world could be getting a whole lot bigger if a potential collaboration comes to fruition.

Kanye West seemingly expressed interest in appearing on Cenat’s Twitch channel. First, the rapper shared a video on Instagram Stories, in which Cenat appears to sing along to West’s soon-to-be No. 1 hit ‘Carnival.’ Secondly, it appears someone on his team rallied fans to express their thoughts on West and Cenat colliding on a stream.

Kanye West performing in concert
Kanye performs in concert

Kanye West’s team asked fans to weigh in on potential collab

Kanye West could be coming to Kai Cenat’s Twitch channel sooner than you might think. On his Instagram Stories, the rapper shared a video with Cenat singing ‘Carnival,’ alongside a few friends.

If that weren’t enough to spark a little interest, a YZY marketing person (who goes by YesJulz) went live on Instagram and prompted her followers to weigh in on a Twitch collab. “You guys wanna see Ye on a stream with Kai Cenat?” she asked. “Tweet about it so I can show what the people are asking.”

Many on Twitter/X were not so keen on the idea. “Na….ngl Kanye gone be awkward and try and do a random rant,” wrote one user.

“Noooo, Kanye probably won’t stop talking and Kai would have to find all reasons to get him to leave early,” said another.

A third chimed in, writing, “I love Ye but no. He will be doing way too much. Kai stream is fun and light hearted. He can go somewhere else.”

In 2022, another streamer Adin Ross made plans to have Kanye West on his channel. After delays, the collab was ultimately canceled. Sometime later, Ross revealed that he still wanted Ye to appear on his channel. “He will revive my career. He will save the drought, he will save the falling off-ness,” he said.