Kanye Drops Two New Tracks

Kanye Drops Two New Tracks

The world receives two new tracks from Kanye, which likely mark the beginning of his album rollout

The world receives two new tracks from Kanye, which likely mark the beginning of his album rollout

Text: Ian David Monroe

Kanye West has made it fairly clear that his highly-anticipated (subject-to-change) album, Swish, will come out when he thinks it’s absolutely perfect. In the past year, he’s released a few songs during live performances, but today marks the first time listeners can immediately stream. You can listen to them here.

On a Travis Scott-announced Soundcloud profile, Kanye has uploaded two tracks: a rework of his 2008 song “Say You Will" with a feature from Caroline Shaw, and The Weeknd's “When I See It.” Shaw is the Pulitzer Prize winning composer Kanye recently performed with at a DNC fundraiser. The singles' art is an edited crop from Nick Knight’s 2012 “Flora” series. Kanye recently sat down with the photographer’s studio for a well-publicized interview, and the two have worked extensively together on West's music videos.

Just as Scott said in his Instagram caption: "it starts."

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