It seems as if Kanye West is hoping to nail a trifecta this 12 months when it comes to releases. After beforehand dropping ye and his joint endeavor, Kids See Ghosts with Kid Cudi final June, on Monday (Sept. 17), West all however confirmed his third outing of 2018 with a forthcoming mission titled YANDHI.
On Monday, West tantalized fans on social media when he unveiled two captionless pictures. The first one showcased the lineup for the season 44 premiere of SNL, throughout which he’ll function a musical visitor. The second photograph displayed a CD, which eerily resembles West’s 2013 album cowl for Yeezus. To pump up anticipation, West later revealed a screenshot dialog that included the identical CD cowl that he posted on Twitter, however this time, with a succinct message: YANDHI 9.29.18.
In 2013, Yeezy tried to attract a parallel between himself and Jesus when he unleashed his Rick Ruben-assisted mission, Yeezus. West hasn’t shied away from filling followers in on his latest studio escapades. Asides from teaming up with Lil Pump for his or her zany video “I Love It,” Ye has been spotted collaborating with with 6ix9ine and Chance the Rapper.
Last evening at Chance’s OpenMike occasion in Chicago, West introduced that his joint mission along with his fellow Chicago comrade can be titled Good Ass Job. For Kanye devotees, the album title ought to ring a bell contemplating it was initially speculated to be the title of Ye’s fourth studio album. “I’m calling the subsequent one Late Registration,” West instructed MTV again in 2003. “I’ve acquired this tune ‘Hey Mama’ I did three years in the past that I’m saving for that one. Then my third album goes to be known as Graduation. And the fourth is Good-Ass Job.”
Unfortunately, West curtailed his school sequence and elected to run with 808’s and Heartbreak as his fourth album in 2008. Check out West’s bulletins for YANDHI and Good Ass Job under. Billboard has reached out to West’s reps for remark.
— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) September 18, 2018
— Y X N A S (@yxnas_) September 18, 2018