Kanye West has finally released his new album ye, which he premiered at a listening party in Jackson Hole, Wyoming last night. The project is 7 tracks and only 23 minutes, but there’s quite a bit of incendiary and strange Kanye Westiness crammed into that runtime, both lyrically and musically. Despite the prevailing claustrophobic and slightly demented feeling ye sustains, it is still a Kanye West album, and so it is full of sample-dominated beats—courtesy of himself and Mike Dean—and, as always, there’s a hefty list of featured artists.
The full list of features on the album is not fully confirmed on official credits listings available online. However, we’ve put together a list featuring what the audio, reports from the listening party, and other sources have confirmed as collaborators on the project. Below is a version of the tracklist that we’ve annotated with some other tidbits about production and sample use as well.
There are also unconfirmed rumors of possible contributions from Young Thug, Willow Smith, and Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker embedded in here as well. We’ve reached out to Kanye’s team for further confirmation of the full credits list, and will continue updating and expanding this list as more information about the album becomes available.
Update: We previously speculated that Valee, Dej Loaf, and John Legend contributed to ye. In the time since, a NYT writer who has previously worked with Valee reported that is not on the album. We also can’t confirm Dej Loaf or John Legend’s involvement. Kevin Parker also now says that he is not featured on ye, according to Aussie music site Triple J.