Kanye West's VH1 Storytellers Set for January Release

Kanye West's <i>VH1 Storytellers</i> Set for January Release
If you've been itching for a little more Kanye in your life, you'll be pleased to know that he may have a new release just around the corner. According to Rap Up, Mr. West will be releasing Kanye West: VH1 Storytellers on January 5 as a DVD/CD set.

The 70-minute performance was recorded in L.A. back in February, with the rapper dishing out hits like "Heartless," "Flashing Lights," "Touch the Sky," "Good Life" and "Stronger." Also, as Gigwise points out, the Storytellers performance held its share of controversial moments, which were cut from the original broadcast, including a slight of Radiohead.

After the band's Thom Yorke apparently ignored Kanye at the Grammy Awards, he fired back by telling the Storytellers audience, "So when he performed at the Grammys, I sat the fuck down."

Kanye also voiced support to Chris Brown only a month after the attack on Rihanna, saying everyone should give Brown "a break."

As of yet Rap Up's report has yet to be confirmed by the Kanye camp, but Kanye West: VH1 Storytellers will reportedly be released via Def Jam.