You know that line on Kanye West's Yeezus' track 'Guilt Trip' that goes "If you love me so much then why'd you let me go-o-o-o-oooo?" - well it seems that was recorded by Kid Cudi some years ago - before splitting with West's G.O.O.D. music - and it seems he's not that happy about it.

"I discovered that I was on the song via Twitter," he told MTV. "I saw kids hitting me up, like, 'Are you on 'Guilt Trip?!' or saying 'Great job!' and I'm like, 'What the fuck is everyone talking about?" When he finally heard the song, Cudi says he recognised the beat instantly, and although initially pleased, he quickly changed his mind: "Why not call me and have me come in there and give it? Why underuse me? Why put four bars of vocals to coax my fans into thinking this is a legitimate Kid Cudi feature on this song and it isn't?"

The situation also brought back ancient issues: "Same deal with the G.O.O.D. Music album, the compilation," he continued. "Had I not given Kanye 'Creepers' [for 'The Morning'], my only presence would've been on that one song, that I can't even remember the title for. I would've barely been on that album."

Listen to 'Guilt Trip' below.

Source: Pitchfork