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That Leaked Kanye West Album Tracklist Is Fake, Def Jam Confirms

...​Def Jam confirmed it.

The supposedly leaked internal memo about Kanye West's So Help Me God that's been making the rounds on Twitter is not real, Gabe Tesoriero—Def Jam's executive vice president of media and creative development—told FADER in an email. The dummy announcement lists a May 15th release date, as well as a 15-track playlist that includes the rumored Drake version of "Wolves," a track titled "vii xii xlix" to match Ye's new tattoos, and a bonkers "All Day Remix" that features Chief Keef, Tyga, Migos, and King Louie. Other featured guests on the bogus memo include: Vic Mensa, Sia, the Weeknd, Travi$ Scott, Allan Kingdom, Theophilus London, 2 Chainz, Young Thug, Teyana Taylor, Malik Yusef, Pusha T, El DeBarge, Rihanna, Common, and Q-Tip. There might be some truth within, but for now don't hold your breath—or retweet.

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That Leaked Kanye West Album Tracklist Is Fake, Def Jam Confirms