Leave it to Arcade Fire's Win Butler to drop big Kanye West news – we guess. During a DJ set as DJ Windows 98 last night (May 28), Butler played about a minute of what seemed to be a brand new Kanye track that many have dubbed "A Long Time." Although there was no official confirmation from either camp, fan-shot video of the performance was removed from YouTube today "due to a copyright claim by UMG."

With this development, here are the major points of we know about Kanye's upcoming album: It used to be called So Help Me God, but its title has been changed to SWISH. We've already heard three songs that will likely be on the album: "Only One", "FourFiveSeconds" and "All Day." It would be four if you count the demo possibly titled "Midas Touch" that leaked in April, or five with "A Long Time." Lastly, Paul McCartney is involved in some major capacity, as he appears on all three of the officially released tracks.

In the current musical climate, SWISH could drop any second now — Chance the Rapper gave the anticipated Surf a surprise release just this morning.

Kanye West – "Only One" (feat. Paul McCartney)