Kanye West enlisted a wide range of producers to help him build his latest record The Life of Pablo. Among the big names who lent their sizeable beat-making talents to the project was the Scottish DJ Hudson Mowhawke who received credits for the songs "Famous," "Freestyle 4," "Waves," and "FML." Apparently however, those weren't the only tracks he worked on for the album as he revealed on Twitter a couple of days back.
Man I want to post the 6 Hudmo versions of father stretch my hands but again too much potential bullshit and clickbait— Hudson Mohawke (@HudMo) March 25, 2016
Sadly, we'll probably never get to hear them for one simple, and very strong reason: lawyers. The same lawyers it seems that he had a run-in with a couple weeks earlier. Maybe one day a few decades down the line Kanye will release a super-deluxe edition of The Life of Pablo with all of HudMo's "Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1" included as bonus content, but until then, we'll just have to use our imaginations and wonder what they sound like.