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Unreleased Recordings From Kanye’s ‘TLOP’ Sessions Surface Online

Alternate version of records like "FML," "All Day," and "Fade" have leaked.

Adrien Vargas // REVOLT

A folder of unreleased recordings from Kanye West’s The Life of Pablo sessions has made its way online.

Earlier today (February 18), alternate version of tracks like “All Day,” “FML,” “Highlights” and “Fade” hit the Internet featuring reworked vocals, added features, and production. On “All Day,” vocals from Kendrick Lamar and Paul McCartney appear, along with a sample of The Dynamic Superiors’ 1975 hit “Ain’t Nothing Like the Real Thing.” The unreleased, or as labeled online “OG version,” of “FML” includes vocals from Travis Scott and “Fade” features a slow-moving tempo like when it first debuted at the Yeezy Season 2 unveil.

A total of nine records make up this alternate folder of music, most of which sound like demos and unfinished material.

This leak comes as Kanye recently revealed plans of adding a "fix" to "Wolves." While an unreleased version of the latter track arrived online, it's unclear if 'Ye also had plans of fixing the The Life of Pablo.

The popular, go-to message board KanyeToThe first reported on the leak, before hitting Reddit.

Some of the records can be heard here.

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