Kanye West – “30 Hours”

Tom Breihan | February 12, 2016 - 11:07 am

On Twitter, Kanye West claims that he’ll release his new album The Life Of Pablo later today, that it’s just being mastered now. The retail version of the LP will be different from the one that he premiered in grand fashion at Madison Square Garden last night. It’ll include a few new songs, including one called “30 Hours,” which he’s just shared as part of his G.O.O.D. Friday series, which apparently he’s bringing back again. “30 Hours” is a deep head-nod of a track built around what sounds like an Arthur Russell sample. On the track, West reflects on his come-up and has a few slick words for at least one ex. It was produced by Karriem Riggins whose second solo album is out on Stones Throw this summer. Listen to it below.

Let’s all hold our breath for the album now. And hey, “No More Parties in L.A.” made the cut! (So did “FACTS,” sadly.)