Image via Telegraph

Image via Telegraph

In case you didn’t hear, it was revealed that Kanye West’s Kendrick Lamar collaboration “No More Parties in L.A.” features a sample from Larry Graham. The man had a fine career of his own—he was an innovative bass player who was a member of Sly and the Family Stone and the founder of Graham Central Station—but you probably know him better as Drake’s uncle.

Today, Drake showed appreciation for the family nod from Kanye, with an Instagram photo of Graham’s 1980 solo album One in a Million You that was captioned, “Few more parties in LA.” At about 5:32 into “No More Parties in L.A.,” the song samples from Graham’s “Stand Up and Shout About Love,” the sample in question coming in at the :38 mark (thanks, WhoSampled).

In other Graham family news, Justin Bieber is not collaborating with Drake’s dad.

Find the Instagram post below, as well as “No More Parties in L.A.” and “Stand Up and Shout About Love.”


 

Few more parties in LA.

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