Two unreleased Kendrick Lamar and Kanye West tracks have popped up on SoundCloud.

On the demos— "Don't Jump" and "Liberated"—Kendrick aggressively showcases his lyricism. "Liberated" finds Kendrick rapping over Kanye's "Father Stretch My Hand Pt. 1" demo spitting, "I really need confirmation/ Your love is an abomination/ Fucking you is like bombing nations/ Area 51 in the pussy."

On "Don't Jump," Kendrick raps, "Welcome to America's future, the great ruler / Public enemies, the first born, ready to shoot ya."

It's unknown what project the songs were recorded for but Kanye has previously teased fans, saying that he's recorded over 40 songs with Kendrick (as well as with Young Thug), before deleting his Twitter account. Kanye has recently been holed up in Wyoming, likely working on a new music.

The last time Kendrick and Kanye teamed up was on Ye's 2016 release, The Life of Pablo, collaborating on the track, "No More Parties in L.A."

Take a listen below.

 

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