Published May 31, 2018True to his word, Kanye West has delivered his new studio album Ye tonight via a livestream event from Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
The album is slated to arrive commercially today, though has yet to properly appear on streaming services. In the meantime, you can check out a fan-captured stream of the album below (or at least until it gets pulled down).
UPDATE (6/1, 8:30 a.m. EDT): Kanye's ye is available to stream. Listen to it below. And yes, the album title is indeed lowercase, and that's the cover art above.
According to some reports, Ye can already be heard via iOS app Stationhead, in addition to tonight's livestream on WAV. However, as of press time, Stationhead seems to be experiencing technical difficulties.
The album art has also not yet been revealed, but you can already buy some Wyoming-geared Ye merch over here.
West played the album outdoors in Jackson Hole at a gathering that included 2 Chainz, Nas, Chris Rock, Pusha-T, Kid Cudi, Kim Kardashian, Desiigner, DJ Semtex, Conservative commentator Candace Owens and many more media members, industry figures and West's rap contemporaries.
You can pre-order Ye on vinyl via Umusic here.