Kanye West has unveil his brand new album ‘YE‘ on streaming services, after debuting it last night to a listening party streamed to the world.
Check it out on Spotify below.
West’s hotly-anticipated eighth album was played to the public for the first time at a listening session in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, with the whole event streamed to the world via the WAV app.
The album was originally being sold via a merch bundle on his website and due for release today on June 1, with the stream arriving shortly after 1PM on Spotify and Apple Music, but not TIDAL.
Meanwhile, there’s plenty of footage featuring cuts of the record from the party in Wyoming attended by Chris Rock, Nas, Jonah Hill, Candace Owens and more – shared by those who were present and who ripped the stream:
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It’s currently uncertain as to when we can expect official release information about the album, especially as the artwork was only shot while Kanye was en route to the party:
Kanye shot the album cover on his iPhone on the way to the album listening party 😂🔥❤️🔥🙏🏼🔥
— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) June 1, 2018
Featuring guest spots from Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker, Ty Dolla $ign and Kid Cudi, the album also references Russell Simmons, Nicki Minaj and his controversial comments about slavery.
Check back at NME for the latest news on Kanye’s new album ‘YE’.