Kanye West's The Life of Pablo continues it's unusual, drawn out release with a previously unheard demo surfacing on the internet. A demo of “Fall Out Of Heaven" is the latest to make its away online featuring The-Dream and Bon Iver frontman Justin Vernon. The song doesn't exist on the finished version of the album, but some lyrics do show up on "Famous."
If you remember, 'Ye brought out Vernon during his headlining spot at Glastonbury last summer to perform My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy's "Lost in the World" and Yeezus track "Hold My Liquor." It was there that he told the crowd the two had collaborated and described Vernon as “one of the baddest white boys on the planet.” It seems pretty safe to say that "Fall Out Of Heaven" was the result of that collaboration. Kanye did say they did "some more joints together," so there could also be more where this came from.
The demo follows a new version of T.L.O.P. track "Wolves" featuring Vic Mensa, Sia, and Frank Ocean hitting the internet yesterday. Kanye has not commented on either of the tracks. You can listen to "Fall Out of Heaven" here.