Malik Yusef sent out a tweet claiming that an investigation was underway to find who has their hands on one of Ye's prized possessions:

"The stories circulating that Kanye West’s laptop has been stolen are completely false. His laptop has never been out of his possession. Hence, the laptop has not been hacked, and there has been no leak of personal data such as unreleased music, photographs, designs, videos or any other personal files. The leak today of the unreleased track “Awesome” was unrelated and completely coincidental."

"Awesome," a ballad to Kanye's wife Kim Kardashian, was first heard on an episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians last summer and features Kanye accompanied by auto-tune singing about everything that makes Kim K. awesome. Of course, Yeezy can't let the full 4:20 run out without throwing in a little bit about what makes him awesome as well. No word on if this will be on So Help Me God.

With the rollout of So Help Me God underway, expect the rumors to start picking up at a feverish pace. Ye has been leaking music, news and video clips while out in Europe instead of on U.S. radio and T.V. Instead of using the Grammys as a platform for music from So Help Me God, the superstar artist performed "All Day" for the first time at The BRIT awards and previewed the video at his show held at Fondation Louis Vuitton Gallery in Paris.