Kanye West To Fix “Wolves” Tonight With Drake, Still Making Changes To Life of Pablo

Kanye West is still making changes to his new album The Life of Pablo. The G.O.O.D. Music emcee just announced on Twitter that he will be fixing the single “Wolves” tonight. The new version of the single could feature an appearance from Drake.

“Fixing Wolves 2day. Worked on it for 3 weeks. Life Of Pablo is a living breathing changing creative expression. #contemporaryart,” Ye tweeted on Tuesday.

Kanye West has been quietly tweaking TLOP on TIDAL over the last few days. In all fairness he did hinted that he was not happy about the rush album since its release.

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According to his tweet, he has been working on perfecting “Wolves” for the last few weeks. Additionally, Ye mentioned that the album is still a work in progress, which means that the album that we saw him released last month may not be the same one next month.

Kanye West also sees The Life of Pablo as his greatest work, a gospel album, the greatest of all-time is how he describes the project. Kanye did also manages to substantially grow TIDAL subscription significantly after dropping the album exclusively on the music streaming service.

The current version of “Wolves” on The Life Of Pablo features vocals from Frank Ocean and Caroline Shaw, but the original version also featured appearances from Vic Mensa and Sia.

One of the producers on the tracks, Cashmere Cat, recently announced that the new version of “Wolves” could feature Drake and Björk.

Kanye West has been very busy in the studio since the start of the year. Not only did he announced that he has 40 songs with Young Thug and 40 songs with Future. The rap icon also announced that he will be releasing three albums per year going forward.

Do you thank that is over saturation or is it good for the music?

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  1. Three album a year is definitely over saturation of the market. Hip hop is getting saturated with under produced music just like dancehall. Too much trash music releasing on the airwaves