Kanye West fans can rejoice, Yeezy season is upon us.  All signs point towards the arrival of an album titled Jesus Is King later this month.

As previously reported, wife Kim Kardashian West teased what appeared to be the effort’s tracklist and release date — September 27 — last week via Twitter. Now, Ye has seemingly confirmed the legitimacy of the tracklist by posting it on his official website.

Dialing in at 12 songs, the tracklist includes cuts titled “Water” and “Garden,” which were previously debuted during Ye’s popular Sunday Service series.

The reveal of Jesus Is King arrives just weeks after Yandhi, Kanye’s long-awaited follow-up to Yeezus, was leaked online.

The album was intended to be released last November but never appeared. However, Ye kept busy, gifting fans with the underwhelming June 2018 release Ye, as well as the joint Kid Cudi effort Kids See Ghost.  Around the same time, he produced Pusha T’s “DAYTONA” and Teyana Taylor‘s “K.T.S.E.”


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