Grammy-winning rapper Kanye West is low-key making big Ye changes. The hip-hop veteran quietly updated his “I Thought About Killing You” track to now include a lyric about slavery.

On Ye’s revamped version, he clearly references his recent “slavery was a choice” TMZ drama.

On ‘I Thought About Killing You’, there is a new line that can be heard on the last verse of the song. After “If I wasn’t shinin’ so hard, wouldn’t be no shade,” the rapper now rhymes, “Sorry but I chose not to be no slave.” Interestingly, this change has only appeared on the clean version of the song on almost all platforms — the dirty version of the song still doesn’t feature the line. (Hip Hop N More)

Earlier in the week, reports emerged about the 7-track project doing ridiculous numbers on various streaming giants.

Kanye West’s album, “Ye,” is already crushing numbers … and it’s only been available for a few days. Numbers for the 7-song project are astounding — Kanye’s filled the top 7 song spots on both Spotify and Apple Music — and the album’s already accumulated over 100 million streams total.

To add to those stats …

— #1 iTunes Album in 63 countries.
— #1 Spotify global peak position.
— #1 Apple Music album in 83 countries. (TMZ)

The hip-hop heavyweight’s new LP is set to destroy its competition with its first-week sales.

Paul Rosenberg and Team Def Jam, having just returned from a whirlwind trip to Wyoming, are noting the numbers of Kanye West’s new, highly touted seven-song release.

Kanye West (GOOD/Def Jam) 175-190k total activity, 70-80k album (HITS Daily Double)

On Saturday, Kanye went to Twitter to give fans an opportunity to create their own version of his album cover and also show love to day one supporters.