Kanye West fans were surprised when not one, but two new tracks featuring Yeezy dropped at the same time tonight.

First, came the track from Chance The Rapper’s “Coloring Book (Chance 3)” project which he even teased on his “Ultralight Beam” verse from “The Life of Pablo” in February.

Chance The Rapper and Kanye. 2015.
Chance The Rapper and Kanye. 2015.

“I met Kanye West, I’m never going to fail. He said let’s do a good ass job with Chance 3, I hear you gotta sell it to snatch the Grammy. Let’s make it so free and the bars so hard, that there ain’t one gosh darn part you can’t tweet.”

Tonight, we finally got the mixtape in full, with a hook from Kanye on the opening track “All We Got” which also features the Chicago Children’s Choir. Stream song and whole project on Apple Music HERE.

Kanye, Kenny Burns and ScHoolboy Q at SXSW. 2014.
Kanye, Kenny Burns and ScHoolboy Q at SXSW. 2014.

Shortly after, “THat Part” with ScHoolboy Q dropped out of no where for fans to purchase on iTunes or stream on Tidal, Apple Music, Google Play Music and Spotify.

The “That Part” single is also rumored to be off of Q’s upcoming sophomore album.

Earlier in the day, Kanye teased the track with a tweet to Q telling him to get Top Dawg on the phone. Q responded back to Ye with with a hashtag of the song title.

Founder of Top Dawg Entertainment (TDE), Anthony Tiffith also joined in tweeting his phone number to both Kanye and Q once the song was released.

During a recent interview with Hot 97, ScHoolboy explained how Kanye got on the track. He said that he was not the one who contacted Kanye for a verse, it was indeed Top Dawg who made it happen.

Watch how the story unfolded starting at the 8:25 minute-mark below.

Listen to both tracks and tweet us @TeamKanyeDaily with your thoughts on Kanye’s parts!