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Will Robinson
March 15, 2016 AT 12:00 PM EDT

Kanye West promised to fix “Wolves,” and now he’s delivered.

The rapper uploaded a new version of the song to Tidal on Tuesday, hours after announcing he was “fixing” the track. The latest iteration of “Wolves” is more than one-minute longer than the initial album cut, and features the return of Vic Mensa and Sia, both of whom appeared on the first version of the song last year. On West’s final verse, a repeat effect was added on some of his lines. (This version of “Wolves” also differs greatly from the original song with Mensa and Sia.)

In addition, the Frank Ocean coda to the first Life of Pablo take on “Wolves” has been made its own track, aptly named “Frank’s Track.”

Earlier Tuesday, West tweeted he was “fixing Wolves 2day… Worked on it for 3 weeks.”

Last weekend, West edited and uploaded a new version of track “Famous” with a new line and a slightly altered beat.

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Hear the updated “Wolves” on Tidal.

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