Kanye West Tweets Cancellation Of “Good Friday Giveaway’s”

Kanye West, one of the hottest names in rapping and producing, has now announced on Twitter that he will be cancelling his weekly “Good Friday Giveaway’s”. An announcement was made today after tracks from his album have been made public online via different blogs.

For fans of the American star, there will be a feeling of frustration on October 1 as West has said that there will be no free music for them to sample. Tracks that have got out include, one from “Bon Iver” and “Gill Scott-Herone”. NME reported that, Kanye West has spoken about his upset and disappointment in the songs being distributed before they are completely finished. He said that up until now he has been more than generous in making the music available, and particularly as they are free.

Today, on the networking site Twitter he tweeted, “Due to blogs leaking unfinished songs from my actual album I’ve decided to pass on Good Fridays this week. It’s messed up that one hacker can mess everything up for everyone… I love to take a year to finish my songs and deliver them to you guys in their most completed form. It would have seemed like since I give free music every week even the lowest form of human being would respect that enough not to leak unfinished songs from my real album.”

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