|Posted by Vybz Queen on August 30, 2019 at 10:45 AM|
Kim Kardashian, wife of controversial rapper Kanye West, recently posted an image on twitter and Kanye fans are losing their minds. Has she revealed the release date and track list for his next album ?
The image posted depicts a notebook featuring an assumed tracklist next to a bible. While the infamous "Yandhi" name is nowhere to be seen on the image, it does seem to contain the title of "Jesus is King". Below the track list is the date September 27th. Leading fans to believe that the impending album date has been confirmed.
Track titles include, "Garden", "God Is", "Baptized", "Sunday", "Sweet Jesus", "Selah", and "Through the Valley" just to name a few. Among the titles is also "Water," which is the name of a track that Yeezy debuted earlier this year during his Sunday Service show at Coachella that featured Ty Dolla Sign.
This album is strongly in line with what we've been witnessing at his Sunday Service events.
"Yandhi" was originally announced in September 2018 with a tentative release date but it was later delayed. Kim then revealed that the follow-up to 2018's divisive Ye would be released on Nov. 23, but the date came and went with no album. It was then postponed indefinitely, with no new release date set. It cannot be confirmed that Jesus is King is the new name for the delayed "Yandhi" or if two albums are to be expected.
Kanye has not made any posts confirming this album but that has not deterred fans from making numerous posts all over social media expressing their excitement.
Their second son, named Psalm West arrived on May 10, 2019. The controversial name has sparked many debates. Many persons have spoken out stating the couple has no right to give such a religious name to their child. However as of late, Kanye has been hosting Sunday Service and could be a changed man. Many would believe that this is just a ploy and give examples of all the times Kanye has shown his true disrespectful racist colours over the years.
Do you believe he has changed? Do you think his gospel album will go over well with the music community? Will you be awaiting its release, ready to hit the play button? Share your thoughts on this in the comments below.