Yeezy announced the change of heart on his Twitter page, posting scrawls on a piece of paper.
This is the rapper's third newly released track so far in 2016.
If his new album doesn't go to plan, at least now he has a fall-back.
Breathe. 2016 is going to be great.
'The College Dropout' addresses the faculty at Oxford University.
The option to finance shoes was not well received in the sneaker community.
Steve McQueen directed West's new nine-minute video.
Kardashian broke the news on 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians.'
Not even an endorsement from music's elite can create a powerhouse app.
The president also discussed Ferguson tensions, his daughters' use of social media, and Kanye West.
Hosting's not an easy job, but these candidates can't fail.
From the sound of Beck's limp and languid Morning Phase album, nary a bead of perspiration was shed in the making.
The Album of the Year award feels like a consolation prize for an aging iconoclast artist.
Kanye West appeared to be headed for the same move he pulled on Taylor Swift, but broke into a grin and walked away.
For his first Grammy Award performance in six years, Kanye West crooned "Only One," a song from the perspective of his late mother.
The paper of record has an embarrassing correction notice to share with the world.
On the aptly named "You're Dead!," Flying Lotus steers into woozier, jazzier territory and brings listeners on a cartoon-paced trek through the afterlife.
Coinye is over for good, after a six-month court battle that began when the rapper filed a trademark-infringement lawsuit in January.
Plus, he's written a club anthem that's "so good that the album has to be balanced against it."