Kanye West Shouldn't Have Changed 'Yeezus', He Should Have Deleted it

Fans notice tweaks on Apple Music. Here's an alternative plan.

Kanye West has moved on from making changes to The Life of Pablo to adjust Yeezus. Instead of tweaking, ‘Ye should go full troll and delete the album or add Desiigner’s “Panda” throughout.

Like 808s & Heartbreak, Yeezus is an album by Kanye West that has proved divisive for fans. Some hate it, some love it, and some would rather not acknowledge its existence when ranking his albums. (We all do it.) I was guilty of liking it off hype, off being a ‘Ye fan, when it first debuted, but while interesting, its blend of genres creates a warped sonic medley that isn’t easy to digest.

It’d be interesting if ‘Ye deleted Yeezus and started over. (As he should.) Why not? Why not go all the way as he’s known to do? Just as long as he doesn’t touch College Dropout and My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy.

According to Spin, fans pointed out changes made to the Apple Music versions of album tracks “Black Skinhead” and “Send It Up.” The opening verse on “Black Skinhead” features an adjustment to the vocals, while on “Send It Up,” ‘Ye edits out the instrumental at the 1:30 mark when he raps, “This is the greatest shit in the club / Since “In Da Club” / It’s so packed I might ride around / On my body guard back like Prince in the club.” ‘Ye reportedly raps without any music.

The tracks don’t seem to be adjusted on Spotify or Tidal, simply on Apple Music. Some fans on Twitter brought up that the edits may not be new, done during the release of the album in June 2013, but simply recently surfaced or uploaded.