Kanye West has finally returned to Instagram this week to tease a potential new single for fans. The two short clips feature ‘Ye singing before a beat kicks in along with footage of him working with his team in the studio. Does this mean a video is on the way? Maybe a project?
This makes perfect sense for Kanye. For the past couple of weeks, Kanye has been teasing a number of new projects, including a potential Watch the Throne 2 and the grand opening of a new YEEZY office in Chicago. In other news, Janye is also said to be working with Chance, the Rapper in addition to working on his own music.
Listen to Kanye’s track below and in other news, Chance, the Rapper supports Chicago youth.
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@hypebeastmusic: @kanyewest just teased a snippet of an unreleased track on his Instagram Story, co-produced by @ronnyjlistenup. The artist was recently returned spotted in Chicago, and is said to be working with @chancetherapper for Chance’s forthcoming album. Are you hoping solo music from Kanye West surfaces as well? Let us know below. Video: @nico.ballesteros
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