The initiative has been a great move for fans of 'Ye's work but terrible for anyone trying to figure out how any of these tracks relate to his upcoming My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy album.
So when MTV News caught up with West at the Los Angeles premiere of his "Runaway" film on Monday — the same event where he told us there would be five different covers of Dark Twisted Fantasy — we asked him if any of the G.O.O.D. Friday tracks would actually appear on his album. And, after thinking about it for a second, he matter-of-factly told us.
" 'Devil in a New Dress' is on the album," he said. "And 'Monster' is on the album."
"Devil" premiered in early September, one week after he dropped "Monster," a massive track that features Jay-Z, Nicki Minaj and Bon Iver mastermind Justin Vernon. That song was reportedly scheduled to appear on the West/Jay team-up Watch the Throne, though apparently that plan has changed.
West wouldn't comment on the fate of his other G.O.O.D. tracks, but considering Fantasy also includes a song called "All the Lights" — which features John Legend, The-Dream, Ryan Leslie, Tony Williams, Charlie Wilson, La Roux's Elly Jackson, Alicia Keys, Fergie, Kid Cudi, Rihanna and Elton John — it's entirely possible there's no room for any additional guest stars on the album.
What other G.O.O.D. Friday tracks would you like to see on Fantasy? Let us know in the comments!