According to Kanye West, his latest album, The Life of Pablo is a “living breathing changing creative expression.” This news comes via a post to West’s Twitter account made today (March 15).

The latest update to the LP is that a different version of “Wolves” has been added to the album. The song now features Vic Mensa. The fellow Chicago rapper appeared on the track when it was previously released a year ago and he performed the song with West and Sia on Saturday Night Live. West says in the social media post that he worked on the song for three weeks before uploading it onto the album.

West also added an outro featuring Frank Ocean entitled “Frank’s Song.”

Stream The Life of Pablo on TIDAL.

(This article was first published on March 13, 2016 and is as follows.)

Kanye West has made it no secret that he’s not finished working on The Life of Pablo and according to a user on Reddit, some changes have already been made to the project, specifically to “Famous.”

The Reddit user noted that the song from 1:23-1:25 and 1:49-1:51 have been altered as well as the lyric “She be Puerto Rican day parade wavin,'” being changed to “She in school to be a real estate agent,” in the cuts second verse.

Additionally, the user notes that the Sister Nancy “Bam Bam” transitional breakdown between 1:01 – 1:17 is different with Rihanna‘s vocals having more reverb.

Although Ye has been adamant about fixing “Wolves,” no further changes to The Life of Pablo have reportedly been noticed so far.

The Life of Pablo is still only available for streaming exclusively through TIDAL and the Chicago rapper recently announced physical copies of the project will never be made for sale.

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