Published Sep 17, 2018Lately, Kanye West seems to be spending an excessive amount of time glued to Twitter, teasing new music in between hawking merch and apologizing to Drake. Now, the incessant posting has led to the announcement of yet another new project from West.
After a day of teasers, West has revealed a new effort titled Yandhi will arrive on September 29. Its artwork (seen above) is strikingly similar to that of 2013's Yeezus, leading many to dub the impending release as that album's sequel. Yandhi's artwork features a MiniDisc as opposed to a CD-ROM.
Not long after being announced as the musical guest on SNL's 44th season premiere earlier today, West shared a modified version of the show's announcement card image, showing his name rewritten as "Yandhi." Soon after, he shared the image of the MiniDisc.
Chance the Rapper on another album titled Good Ass Job. West had previously revealed that title as one he had never used.
Adam Wolpert, an audio engineer who has worked with Kanye posted this pic.twitter.com/tlM4QqVOZn— 𝕸𝖚𝖗𝖕𝖍𝖞 (@Kody_Highroller) September 17, 2018
West released his latest solo album ye earlier this year, in addition to putting out records with Kid Cudi, Teyana Taylor and Nas. He also recently teamed up with Lil Pump.