Kanye West has been busy reworking his newly released album, “Life Of Pablo,” which will feature Frank Ocean.

West initially released his seventh album on Feb 14, 2016 through a streaming service called Tidal. However, he teased that he is still doing some changes on the album.

The rapper hinted on Twitter that he was not finished polishing his latest album and on the track “Wolves” and has been working on an updated version of “Wolves” for three weeks and called it a contemporary art.

“Fixing Wolves 2day… Worked on it for 3 weeks. Life Of Pablo is a living breathing changing creative expression. #contemporaryart,” West tweeted.



West has been calling the LP-in-progress a “living breathing changing creative expression,” according to NME.

The new “Wolves” version included Sia and Vic Mensa as his collaboration artists. The two had been featured in an earlier version of the soundtrack that was debuted in February. However, it was also rumoured that Drake and Bjork would be the pair featured on the reworked version of “Wolves.”

So where will Frank Ocean come in? Jobs N Hire noted that Ocean was given a separate album track. He appears at the end of the original album tracklist but his part has been made into its own song.

According to Billboard, Kanye called the 38-second standalone version featuring the “Channel Orange” as “Frank’s Track.”


Earlier this month, Ocean’s “Boys Don’t Cry” album has leaked online, but the clip and audio in soundclouds have been removed immediately.

It was previously reported that Ocean would be dropping his new album in July 2015, but the day came and went and Frank Ocean’s album never surfaced. It was followed by reports that he will release his album before 2015 ends. The year ended and still no album was released. The singer has been missing-in-action after he failed to keep up his promise to launch “Boys Don’t Cry” in July.

Meanwhile, Kim Kardashian’s husband has also announced that he has started working on the follow-up to “The Life Of Pablo.” West’s next album is currently titled “Turbo Grafx 16.”