June 28, 2010 21:17

Kanye West announces new album release date

'Good Ass Job' is due out on September 14

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Kanye West has announced the release date of his new album.

Called 'Good Ass Job', the follow-up to 2008's '808s And Heartbreak' will be released on September 14, with a UK release expected on September 13.

As Billboard reports, the rapper's fifth studio effort will include production from the likes of Q-Tip, Pete Rock and Wu Tang Clan's RZA.

Earlier this month the possible first single from the LP, 'Power', which features Dwele and samples King Crimson's 1969 song '21st Century Schizoid Man', leaked online.

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