Kanye West has confirmed that he will release a new project, titled ‘YANDHI‘, on September 29.
After teasing a potential sequel to 2013’s Yeezus, the rapper revealed the title and release date for his next project, inspired by Gandhi.
There’s no telling whether it will be an EP, an LP or an addition to the series of seven-track albums Kanye West has been churning out this year.
“YANDHI 9 29 18,” he wrote alongside the cover art, which resembles the artwork for Yeezus with a blank CD in a plastic jewel case and purple tape via Twitter and Instagram on Monday (Sept. 17).
A Sept. 29 release date would coincide with Kanye’s performance on the season premiere of “SNL.” Earlier this month, he dropped his new single “I Love It” with Lil Pump, which debuted at No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Kanye also confirmed his joint album with Chance the Rapper, Good Ass Job. “Me and Chance working on a new album,” he announced on stage at Chance’s OpenMike Chicago event. “It’s called Good Ass Job.”
In the wake of his appearance at the PornHub Awards (where he debuted the new Spike Jonze-directed video for “I Love It”), the rapper has continued to flood social media with an abundance of screenshotted text conversations, merch ideas, arial photographs, and more.