American rapper Kanye West, very present in the media in recent weeks to discuss his presidential intentions or launch a clothing collection, returned to the music Monday by surprise by publishing two new titles.
Both songs were posted without comment on Soundcloud sharing site, mainly used by amateurs and on which Kanye West had never published his music.
The first is a new version of Say You Will, opening song of his album released in 2008 808s & Heartbreak.
The second novel is entitled, When I See It. The first notes are taken from the title Tell Your Friends, the Canadian singer The Weeknd, co-produced by Kanye West.
Fans immediately speculated on social networks, arguing that this song would be included in the next album of the rapper.
Kanye West decided to title the album Swish and recently told the magazine Vanity Fair that this next album was like a complicated painting and could still take a year to complete.
Kanye West, who likes to compare to Michelangelo to praise his many talents, released its last album in 2013.
The husband of the star of reality show Kim Kardashian stayed on the front stage, participating in the last week of the New York fashion or announcing that he planned to run in the 2020 presidential election.