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Kanye West's 'Yeezus' Leaks

New album hits the Internet before June 18th street date

June 14, 2013 2:17 PM ET
Kanye West
Kanye West
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Kanye West has had good luck combatting album leaks in the past, but his latest album, Yeezus, has popped up on the Internet a few days early. Copies of West's upcoming sixth solo album – due in stores this Tuesday, June 18th – appeared on file-sharing sites around midday today.

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West has teased the highly anticipated album with large-scale visual installations featuring his new track "New Slaves" on buildings around the world. He performed that song and the new cut "Black Skinheads" on Saturday Night Live last month; he also previewed the full album earlier this month at a listening session in New York, and performed five Yeezus cuts at Governors Ball last weekend.

Full tracklisting for Yeezus:

Yeezus
1) "On Sight"
2) "Black Skinhead"
3) "I Am a God"
4) "New Slaves"
5) "Hold My Liquor"
6) "I'm in It"
7) "Blood on the Leaves"
8) "Guilt Trip"
9) "Send It Up"
10) "Bound 2"

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