Kanye West Says He Has 40 Songs With Kendrick Lamar and 'T.L.O.P.' Will Never Be for Sale

This is going to be good.

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Never known to hold his tongue, tonight Kanye West came out with yet another series of Twitter posts containing some interesting tidbits of news. He started off by denouncing coverage of his album by PitchforkRolling Stone and the New York Times, saying he loves white people but "you don't understand what it means to be the great grandson of ex slaves and make it this far." 

The most interesting part, however, was his revelation about the previously announced G.O.O.D. Friday series. First, he said that the fabled song release series would be making its return only on Tidal, which will also apparently be the sole outlet for his new album The Life of Pablo. He also made reference to the many unreleased songs he has with Young Thug, and revealed he also has 40 unreleased songs with Kendrick Lamar (whom he recently collaborated with on T.L.O.P. track "No More Parties In L.A."). 

"My album will never be on Apple. And it will never be for sale... You can only get it on Tidal," he wrote, before adding "Also all Good Fridays songs will be on Tidal. Me and Kendrick got 40 songs and me and Young Thug got 40 songs. 40/40 club!!!" With the buzz around The Life of Pablo boiling over and apparently more music set to drop in coming weeks, it looks like Yeezy Season isn't wrapping up anytime soon.

In fact, it turns out that the current version of the album on Tidal isn't even its final form. We already kind of knew this, as Kanye recently tweeted that he was "fixing Wolves." However, it was more officially confirmed by See Tickets, the company that sold tickets to West's Yeezy Season 3 event (which came bundled with a copy of the album). The company's email to ticket purchasers read "a partial version of the album can be streamed at tidal.com, but the final version will be released in the next several days." Will we be seeing more tracks added? Fixes or additions to already-existing ones? That remains to be seen so far, but with Kanye West, it's always best to expect the unexpected.

In the meantime, you can check out all of Kanye's tweets below.

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