Kanye West Debuted A New Song Featuring Sampha Last Night

Update: Mike Dean says he worked on the song, and that it’s called “Saint Pablo.”

February 24, 2016

Kanye West unveiled a new track last night during a party at 1OAK in L.A. Several songs on The Life Of Pablo pair the rapper with male crooners—including the Dream, the Weeknd, and Ty Dolla $ign. Kanye's latest tune sounds like it includes singing from the English singer Sampha, best known for his appearance on Drake's "Too Much."


Many of the lyrics in the new song seem to react to recent events, including his suggestion that he's $53 million in debt—Got friends that ask me for money knowing I'm in debt/ And like my wife said, I still didn't say no—and his active Twitter presence in recent months: People try to say I'm going crazy on Twitter/ My friends' best advice was to stay low.

On Twitter, Yo Gotti thanked Kanye for showing up at the club. According to 1OAK's Instagram, last night was Gotti's official album release party. Watch video of Kanye unveiling the track above.

Update, 2/24/2016, 2:05 p.m.: Mike Dean shared more information on the song.

According to Mike Dean, Kanye's new song is titled "Saint Pablo," and Dean helped produce the track. "By kanye and me," he wrote on Twitter. "Another classic inbound."

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Kanye West Debuted A New Song Featuring Sampha Last Night