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Upset Kanye West Passes This Week's G.O.O.D Friday Due to 'Lost in the World' Leak

September 30, 2010 (9:05 am) GMT
Disappointed with those who have hacked his computer, Kanye West still feels 'blessed' as the leaked song already received glowing reviews from fellow stars.
Kanye West

is not happy when he heard "Lost in the World", a song from his upcoming studio album, has come out without his consent in its unfinished version. Due to the leak, the rapper decided not to give any free music for this week's G.O.O.D Friday treatment.

"Due to blogs leaking unfinished songs from my actual album I've decided to pass of Good Fridays this week," he wrote on Twitter. "It's messed up that one hacker can mess everything up for everyone... I love to take a year to finish my songs and deliver them."

He went on venting his frustration, "It would have seemed like since I give free music every week even the lowest form of human being would respect that enough not to leak... unfinished songs from my real album..."

Despite the premature arrival, the song which samples 's "Woods" already got positive reviews from fellow stars. 's called it "bonkers", while comedian testified that it's a "straight fire."

This might have lightened Kanye's emotion a bit as he posted an hour later, "In the lab with and (Kid) Cudi... 2 of my favorite most genius artist. Even in my disappointment about the leaks I feel blessed."

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