We're gonna let you finish, Kanye ... but Beck has the most talented father of all time.
Just in case you're not over the whole Kanye West/Beck/Beyonce debacle, here's a piece of music trivia for you: Beck's father David Campbell, who is a composer, is actually credited for working on Beyonce's B'Day album!
In other words: (Even though he has apologized for it now) On Grammy night this year, Kanye -- who is one of Queen Bey's biggest advocates -- dissed the spawn of the man who has worked on Beyonce's previous music.
And yes, Beck's father is also credited on his son's Grammy-winning album Morning Phase.
This info has come to light after a Reddit user recently dug it up! They explaiend that Beck's father, veteran music composer David Campbell, has Beyonce's Grammy-winning 2006 album B'Day among his long list of credits. Beck's father was behind the string arrangements and conducting for Beyonce's sophomore solo album, as well as her Dreamgirls song "Listen," which was included as a bonus track on the deluxe edition.
Apart from his work on the majority of his son's releases, Campbell's decades-spanning career also includes megahits like Adele's 21, Justin Timberlake's FutureSex/LoveSounds and Taylor Swift's Red. In his early days, he was a session player on iconic albums like Carole King's Tapestry and songs like Marvin Gaye's "Let's Get It On."