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Kanye West releases 'No More Parties In L.A.,' featuring Kendrick Lamar

The track is expected to be on 'SWISH,' due out Feb. 11.

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Kanye West released the full version of “No More Parties In L.A.” featuring Kendrick Lamar on Monday after teasing part of the song in a SoundCloud clip that also housed a new track, “Real Friends.” Both songs are expected to be on his forthcoming album SWISH.

He tweeted that the track would come early Monday morning and then posted a link to SoundCloud, writing simply, “It’s up.”

 

Earlier this month, Kim Kardashian West said that West would release new music every Friday leading up to the release of SWISH on Feb. 11 – a la GOOD Fridays, when West debuted new songs weekly before putting out My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy. That same day, West posted “Real Friends,” and a snippet of “No More Parties In L.A.” but we hadn’t seen new music since then.

“I soooo didn’t mean to lie to you guys about GOOD FRIDAYS coming back. Kanye flew to Italy for a Yezzy Season 3 fitting,” Kardashian West wrote Friday on Twitter, before referencing the new track. “He flew Noah out with him so he could finish ‘No More Parties In La’ & wrote 90 bars on the plane there!!! This is the 1st song ever with Kanye & Kendrick Lamar! He just landed & headed straight to the studio to finish it!!!”

Hear “No More Parties In L.A.” right here: