Update: The Fashion Week video's been pulled, but here's a version Yeezy did on SNL's 40th anniversary show with Sia and Vic Mensa.
Original Story: Anticipation continues to grow for Kanye West's new album after the rapper released two excellent singles featuring Paul McCartney and one with Rihanna. 'Ye unveiled another superstar collaboration with a new song, titled "Wolves," that features contributions from Sia and rapper Vic Mensa. According to info revealed at the show, the cut is the opening track on 'Ye's upcoming record.
The MC/singer held an Adidas event today in Manhattan for the release of his new sneaker, Yeezy Boost held inside a movie theater. Here fans were shown the new track via a haunting accompanying visual. Watch a fan recording above.
"Wolves" goes down a similar sonic route as "Only One" and "FourFiveSeconds," seeing Yeezus focusing on melancholy, AutoTuned crooning instead of rapping. "Your eyes don't lie / You're much to good to be true," 'Ye sings before adding "I'm just bad for you, I'm just bad, bad, bad for you."
Fingers crossed that the full version drops soon. In the meantime, read everything else we know about the upcoming LP in The Complete Guide to Kanye West's New Album.