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Kanye added a new song to The Life of Pablo and you can listen right now

Love him or hate him, Kanye West’s latest album The Life of Pablo marks a major change in the way music is released by top artists. When it first hit music sites back in February of this year, the album was nowhere close to being finished. Instead, it’s a living, morphing work that has undergone a number of changes since it first reached fans four months ago.

Now, another big change has been made: The Life of Pablo has a twentieth track.

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Kanye’s latest album has gotten plenty of press since its release. West made waves by making The Life of Pablo a Tidal exclusive, but it wouldn’t be a Tidal exclusive for very long. The album would soon be available on all of the leading music streaming services including Spotify and Apple Music, and it rocketed to the top of the charts as a result.

Since then, Pablo has undergone a number of changes. In fact, every single track on Kanye’s latest album has been altered in some way or at least remastered. And now, an entirely new song has been added to The Life of Pablo called “Saint Pablo.” The song’s 6:12 run time makes it the second longest track on the album behind “No More Parties in LA,” which is just 2 seconds longer.

Click here to check out the newly updated album on Tidal, or click here for the iTunes link.

Zach Epstein

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