Kanye West has gifted the world with his ninth studio album, cialis cheap delivery Jesus Is King.
The much-anticipated project was confirmed nearly two months ago, shortly after Kim Kardashian tweeted a photo of the album’s name, release date, and what appeared to be a tracklist.
The image supported the rumours that Ye’s ninth solo effort would go down the spiritual route, as it displayed Christian-themed titles like “Selah,” “God Is,” “Baptized,” “Through the Valley,” and “Sweet Jesus.”
Kim’s post led many to believe Jesus Is King would arrive Sept. 27; however, the day came and went with no new album in sight, which of course drew mixed reactions among Ye fans who’ve spent the last year patiently awaiting the Ye follow-up.
There were several rumours about when the album was expected to drop, but there was no confirmation from Kanye—that is, until earlier this week, when the rapper returned to Twitter announcing the Oct. 25 release date.
By the way there’s a fresh interview with Kanye West …where he was asked about his Christian faith and transformation.
Big Boy also asked Ye if he’s afraid to lose his audience…here’s Kanye’s response.