Watch Kanye West, Vic Mensa and Sia Perform “Wolves” on SNL’s 40th Anniversary Special

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Earlier today we speculated that Kanye West may be performing his new track ‘Wolves‘ with Vic Mensa and Sia, for Saturday Night Live’s 40th Anniversary Special on NBC. As it turns out, we were right, as Chicago’s Vic Mensa and ‘Chandelier’ singer Sia joined Kanye for their first ever live performance of the song. For those who have not yet heard the amazing new collaboration from the Chicago legend and Chicago’s rising star, ‘Wolves’ is the first track off Kanye’s forthcoming LP and is produced by Cashmere Cat. Although Kanye seemed to have lost his voice before the performance (where he also performed ‘Jesus Walks’ and ‘Only One’), Ye still managed to deliver. Check out the performance below.

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