Kanye West Shares 'Final' Album Update: It's Got a Brand New Title (We're Serious) and Track List!

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Kanye West has (hopefully) revealed the final title of his soon-to-be-released album, along with an all-new handwritten track list.

The album, now titled The Life of Pablo, features 10 tracks, according to the list he tweeted on Wednesday. "Ultra Light Beams," "Father Stretch My Hands (Part 1 and Part 2)," "Freestyle 4," "Famous," "Highlights," "Feedback," "Fade," "FML," "Real Friends" and "Wolves."

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It appears that several songs featured on West's previously teased track list don't appear on this one, or were perhaps retitled, including "No More Parties In L.A.," "Nina Chop," "30 Hours" and "Waves," which had been the previous title of the album after West changed it from Swish last month.

Before Swish, the album's working title had been So Help Me God.

West also tweeted on Wednesday, a day before his Yeezy Season 3 show and album debut, "Please no one text me or ask me for anything till Monday." Maybe he's worried someone might suggest another title he likes more than The Life of Pablo and he'll want to change it all over again.

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The 38-year-old rapper has had a very tumultuous relationship with Twitter in recent weeks. He got into a Twitter war with rapper Wiz Khalifa, which led to a spat with Amber Rose, Khalifa's ex-wife and West's former girlfriend, who made some graphic claims about West's sexual proclivities.

Days later, West came to the defense of embattled comedian Bill Cosby, when he tweeted, "BILL COSBY INNOCENT !!!!!!!!!!"

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The tweet has received a lot of criticism, but West has not deleted it despite the backlash.

West is set to perform on Saturday Night Live this Saturday, when Melissa McCarthy hosts. It will be interesting to see if cast member Jay Pharoah will bust out his spot-on impression to roast this long string of bizarre outbursts.

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