Kanye West to release new album 'sometime in November'

Rapper also cites Trent Reznor and Radiohead's Thom Yorke as influences

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Kanye West has announced that his forthcoming new album will be released "sometime in November".

The rapper's currently untitled fifth LP, which was tentatively called 'Good Ass Job', was due for release in September.

Revealing the news during an online question and answer session, which you can see below, the rapper also cited a number of his influences including Trent Reznor and Radiohead's Thom Yorke.

Meanwhile, West told fans that he would issue a new single in "around 20 days" and that it would either be a song called 'Lost In The World' or 'All Of The Lights'.

As previously reported, Kanye West recently showcased three songs from his upcoming album in the form of 'Chain Gang', 'Lost In The World' and 'Mama's Boyfriend' at Facebook's headquarters in California.

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