This past weekend in New York, Kanye West fans exalted as he debuted 3 new tracks at Governor's Ball off of his upcoming album, "Yeezus."
Last night at Milk NYC, he held a listening party where he played "Yeezus" in its entirety and revealed some revered featured players that also participated in the new album.
According to Pitchfork, West revealed that Chief Keef and Bon Iver's Justin Vernon appear on the track "Can't Handle My Liquor." The rapper also confirmed that Daft Punk worked on three or four songs, and shared a track that mixed TNGHT's "Higher Ground" with Billie Holiday's "Strange Fruit."
"Yeezus" is set to drop June 18.
Here is Kanye West live at Governors Ball playing a new track: