Two new Kanye West tracks have surfaced on Soundcloud, marking the third major Kanye leak this month.

The first track is titled "Simulation Baptize" and features A$AP Rocky and Pardison Fontaine. The second is "Last Name" featuring Ant Clemons, who you may remember from the hook on Kanye's previous track, "All Mine."

Being that these are leaks, there's no information regarding whether or not the two tracks will feature on Kanye's upcoming album Jesus Is King, which is slated to finally drop next week on October, 25. Neither were named in the previously-teased track list, but as he's been making a lot of tweaks to the final album recently, that doesn't really mean anything.

However, while the name "Simulation Baptize" certainly holds religious connotations, this track certainly doesn't sound like gospel music, which is all Kanye is reportedly focusing on now. It also includes lines like “she pull the foreskin back, back like it’s edible," which definitely don't sound like lyrics you'd hear at Sunday Service. Most likely "Simulation Baptize" is an early Yandhi draft.

"Last Name" is more fitting with Kanye's new musical aesthetic however, so it could be that this is the one that'll feature on Jesus Is King.

Earlier in October, Kanye's canceled Yandhi project surfaced via leaks uploaded to Spotify and Tidal, and, in a very weird turn of events, as ringtones on iTunes.

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