Posted by , Feb 12, 2015 at 09:19pm
Kanye West just dropped the first song from his new album at his Yeezy Boost fashion show.

Right now in Brooklyn, Kanye West is hosting a fashion show for his new "Yeezy Boost" shoe, but attendees are getting much more than a runway show. Ye just played "Wolves", a new song featuring Vic Mensa and Sia, and said it'll be the first song on his new album.

Text appeared on screens that informed people of the featured artists and placement on the tracklist. Check that out below, as well as a snippet snagged by someone in attendance.

 

KANYE WEST

A video posted by Off-White c/o Virgil Abloh™ (@virgilabloh) on

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[Update: Listen To It]

And just like that, a camrip of the song has surfaced online. Watch that below.

Producer Cashmere Cat also revealed that the song was produced by him and Sinjin Hawke.

What with this and "FourFive Seconds", can we assume that Ye's new album will be light on drums?

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[Update 2: Higher Quality Version Surfaces]

Adidas Originals just released this new visual (below) showcasing Kanye's new collaboration, which includes a better version of his Sia & Vic Mensa-featured cut "Wolves".

Catching a camrip earlier today, fans can now fast forward to the 8:28 mark and hear a much better quality version of this dark anthemic record.

Thoughts?

Kanye West Premieres New Song "Wolves" Featuring Vic Mensa & Sia [Update: Listen To Higher Quality Version]

Kanye West just dropped the first song from his new album at his Yeezy Boost fashion show.


Right now in Brooklyn, Kanye West is hosting a fashion show for his new "Yeezy Boost" shoe, but attendees are getting much more than a runway show. Ye just played "Wolves", a new song featuring Vic Mensa and Sia, and said it'll be the first song on his new album.

Text appeared on screens that informed people of the featured artists and placement on the tracklist. Check that out below, as well as a snippet snagged by someone in attendance.

 

KANYE WEST

A video posted by Off-White c/o Virgil Abloh™ (@virgilabloh) on

[via]

[Update: Listen To It]

And just like that, a camrip of the song has surfaced online. Watch that below.

Producer Cashmere Cat also revealed that the song was produced by him and Sinjin Hawke.

What with this and "FourFive Seconds", can we assume that Ye's new album will be light on drums?

[via]

[Update 2: Higher Quality Version Surfaces]

Adidas Originals just released this new visual (below) showcasing Kanye's new collaboration, which includes a better version of his Sia & Vic Mensa-featured cut "Wolves".

Catching a camrip earlier today, fans can now fast forward to the 8:28 mark and hear a much better quality version of this dark anthemic record.

Thoughts?

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