By Will Robinson
Updated June 14, 2016 at 12:00 PM EDT
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UPDATE: The Life of Pablo has returned to Tidal — with a new song, titled “Saint Pablo.” You can listen to it here.

EARLIER: Kanye West’s The Life of Pablo launched as a Tidal exclusive back in February, but the album has disappeared from the streaming service — for a good reason.

The rapper’s seventh record is currently being “refreshed” and updated, EW has learned. It will be up back on Tidal in its new version “shortly,” a source says, but is currently unavailable.

West last tinkered with TLoP in March, giving most tracks minor production tweaks and making minor line changes, but he also drastically altered “Wolves” by re-adding Vic Mensa and Sia, both of whom appeared in the first version.

“Life Of Pablo is a living breathing changing creative expression. #contemporaryart,” the 39-year-old artist tweeted while in the midst of “fixing ‘Wolves.'”

West announced his 40-stop Saint Pablo tour earlier Tuesday. It’s set to kick off Aug. 25 in Indianapolis.

Tidal did not immediately respond to EW’s request for comment.

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