Kanye is dropping ANOTHER project later this month.
It looks like Kanye West fans have plenty of music to look forward to. Not only does Kanye have a joint album with Chance The Rapper on the way titled Good Ass Job, which he confirmed Monday night in Chicago, but Ye is also readying a new solo album called Yandhi as well.
The Chicago rapper revealed the album announcement on Twitter Monday night, tweeting out a tentative album cover, which resembles that of Yeezus’ CD, and its release date, September 29th. He originally teased the album hours earlier on Monday when he shared the cover art with no caption. At the time, many fans believed it was a sequel to Yeezus, based off the cover art, but it turns out it’s the follow up dubbed Yandhi, which as you can tell is a play off “Ghandi”, similar to how Yeezus was with “Jesus.”
You might notice that September 29th release date happens to be a Saturday too (not a Friday) and is actually the night he performs on the season premiere of Saturday Night Live. We presume the album will arrive right after his performance that Saturday night at midnight.
Earlier this month, Kanye dropped his new single “Love It” with Lil Pump, which debuted at No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100 and became the most viewed Youtube video ever in the first week.
Check out the album announcement (below) and keep it locked for further details and maybe another song. Who’s excited to hear Yandhi?
— ye (@kanyewest) September 18, 2018