Kanye West adds more tracks to The Life of Pablo at last minute; continues to release new music with “30 Hours”

Yesterday morning, many Australians in Adelaide, Melbourne, and Sydney woke up early to stream an unprecedented worldwide listening party-cum-fashion show by Chicago emcee Kanye West, debuting his new album, The Life of Pablo in full (or so we thought). So far, the album has been very well received if publications across the globe are anything to go by, and while we’re all waiting for the album to get it’s official release, West has taken to Twitter to cap a Taylor Swift-focused rant off with another new song, “30 Hours”.

“Now that the album is finally finished it’s back to Good Fridays”, West tweeted before linking to the unreleased song on his Soundcloud, which he has added to the album along with several other tracks ahead of it’s release in the U.S today. The Arthur Russell sample-driven song is as good as anything we’ve heard from the album at the streaming party, keeping in-line with the style of Kendrick Lamar collaboration “No More Parties in L.A” but with a much more late-night feel. Listen below.

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Chris Singh

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