Kanye West has been building up his latest album since the end of 2015 and Thursday, the new record will finally drop. The "Real Friends" rapper has continued to make changes to the album up to the final minute, including changing the title to "The Life of Pablo," while removing tracks and adding different ones. What songs did and didn't make the last cut?

After having Twitter users try to guess the name of his new album throughout the week, Kanye has finally revealed the title along with the final track listing. You can see the listing below, which features a different order and some new tracks compared to the original list he tweeted out.

  • Track 1 - "Ultra Light Beams"
  • Track 2 - "Father Stretch My Hands Part 1 and Part 2"
  • Track 3 - "Freestyle 4"
  • Track 4 - "Famous"
  • Track 5 - "Highlights"
  • Track 6 - "Feed Back"
  • Track 7 - "Fade"
  • Track 8 - "FML"
  • Track 9 - "Real Friends"
  • Track 10 - "Wolves"

The new track list is a little different than the one Kanye first leaked on Twitter. Notably, the song "No More Parties in LA" featuring Kendrick Lamar appears to have been cut from the album. The "Stronger" rapper has also either removed or renamed the songs "30 Hours" and "Waves," which he originally included in the listing. "Feed Back" is one of the new songs added, which apparently will feature Travis Scott. Scott tweeted out a thank you to Kanye Thursday for putting the song on "The Life of Pablo."

Aside from a few different tracks being added and removed, the order of the list has also been rearranged from what was first released. You can see the old track listing of what was then called "Waves" below:

  • Track 1 - "Famous"
  • Track 2 - "Father Stretch My Hands Part 1 and Part 2" 
  • Track 3 - "Waves"
  • Track 4 - "High Lights"
  • Track 5 - "30 Hours"
  • Track 6 - "No More Parties in LA"
  • Track 7 - "Fade" 
  • Track 8 - "FML"
  • Track 9 - "Real Friends"
  • Track 10 - "Wolves"

According to Billboard, Kanye most likely chose to go with "The Life of Pablo" as the album title because the rapper compared himself to artist Pablo Picasso during a speech at Oxford University last year. Before this, Kanye was debating between the names "Swish," "Waves," and "So Help Me God."

"The Life of Pablo" will debut Thursday at Kanye's Yeezy Season 3 premiere at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The event will be live-streamed on Tidal and in theaters around the world starting at 4 p.m. EST. It's unknown when the album will be made available for purchase on iTunes or on streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music. It's likely the rapper will wait until the conclusion of his fashion event to make his new music available to everyone.