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Kanye West’s “Saint Pablo” is now available to stream on Apple Music. The song, which may or may not be the first taste of his upcoming album Turbo Grafx 16, was first debuted by Kanye himself at a club shortly after the release of The Life of Pablo in February, and later leaked online a few weeks ago. The six-minute lyrical effort, which samples Jay Z’s “Where I’m From” and features guest vocals from UK singer Sampha, finds Ye rapping about his sizeable debt and supposed mental health problems while comparing himself to Einstein (not for the first time).

Considering Kanye’s ties to TIDAL (The Life of Pablo was a TIDAL exclusive for six weeks), it’s surprising to see “Saint Pablo” hit Apple Music so early. However, it’s worth noting the song was uploaded to Connect by “Apple Curator,” so it probably isn’t an official release.

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