The 350 V2 Static ‘Beluga’ is said to be one of the next trainers the rapper will launch
Details of a reported new Yeezy Boost trainer designed by Kanye West have leaked online.
The rapper’s Yeezy range was launched in 2009 with the Air Yeezy line. Since then, a further nine collections of the shoe have been made available.
Now, The Sole Supplier is reporting West is preparing to release a new design – the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Static in Beluga-inspired colours.
An image of the shoe appeared on the Instagram account @earlycop, showing a clear mesh stripe and orange thread on the heel. You can see the image below. West has yet to confirm the shoe’s authenticity.
Meanwhile, the star is preparing to release his long-awaited new album ‘Yandhi’. The record was originally due for release last September before being pushed back to November. However, weeks before the second release date arrived, West tweeted that he was delaying it once more.
“After performing again, I realise the new album I’ve been working on isn’t ready yet,” he wrote. “I’ll announce the release date once it’s done. Thank you for understanding.”
West did, however, treat fans to some new music recently. In the second of his new Sunday Service sessions, he debuted a new track called ‘We’ll Find A Way’. It’s currently unclear whether it will feature on ‘Yandhi’ or not.
The first Sunday Service session saw the rapper joined by a gospel choir to deliver soulful takes on his already released tracks ‘Ghost Town’, ‘Father Stretch My Hands’, and ‘Heard ‘Em Say’.