Over the weekend, Cashmere Cat appeared to reveal an alternate version of "Wolves," which he helped produce. Photos reportedly from his Snapchat surfaced on KTT showing a file labeled "Wolves feat Drake & Bjork."
Kanye has spoken about working with Drake on "Wolves" in the past. "'Wolves' came from a conversation that me and Drake had where we was gonna do an album together called Wolves," he told The Breakfast Club in February of 2015. "I asked [Drake], we talked about it, he said he was gonna do it."
Drake is also credited on to two TLOP tracks. "I wanna thank my brother Drizzy for helping me on 30 Hours & Father Stretch My Hands," Kanye wrote recently on Twitter. "Drake would come by and just help, no strings... Future also came by to write. We all got new shit together that's gonna drop soon."
The possibility of a Bjork feature is more surprising. That being said, she is the kind of innovative artist that Kanye would be drawn to, and Arca worked with Kanye on Yeezus before helping Bjork with Vulnicura.
"I have nothing against Kanye West," Bjork told Pitchfork last year. "Help me with this—I’m not dissing him—this is about how people talk about him. With the last album he did, he got all the best beatmakers on the planet at the time to make beats for him. A lot of the time, he wasn’t even there. Yet no one would question his authorship for a second."
A representative for Cashmere Cat and Bjork did not immediately answer a request for comment. Check out the photos below.