Having announced earlier this week that his upcoming fifth album would no longer be called 'Good Ass Job', and that it would have a November rather than September release, Kanye West has now made a collaboration with R&B goddess Beyoncé available as a free download.
The song is called 'See Me Now' and also features the vocal talents of The Gap Band singer Charlie Wilson. You can listen to and download the track via www.kanyeuniversecity.com.
Meanwhile, reports have surfaced that Kanye recently flew to Hawaii to do some meet with Bon Iver's Justin Vernon. Known for his strange choice of collaborations, Kanye has "expressed interest in using a well known Bon Iver song as a backing track/prime sample" for a new song, according to Stereogum.
Kanye's just huge in the news this week, having also been invited back to the MTV VMAs this year despite his well publicised harassment poor Taylor Swift at last year's ceremony. Let's hope he pulls some equally entertaining stunt this time round.