Sure, he made an appearance on SNL (and buildings all over the world) with “New Slaves,” followed by debuting “Black Skinhead,” and we’ve also heard a few seconds of “Bound” but other than that, everything’s been on the down low regarding his 6th studio album.
Fans are all but drooling for a tracklist for Yeezus, but Yeezy has already let us know it won’t even go up for pre-sale. He’s playing the anticipation card to full effect.
But today, some potentially revealing information about Yeezus has supposedly gone live on a couple of retailer sites in Australia, revealing a number of previuosly rumored producers and contributors, as well as some additional ones. Since both sites seem to have the same snippet of information, it is plausible that the info came from a legitimate source, say… the label or distributor. But then again.. who knows.
See exactly what producers and featured artists are listed below:
Yeezus is the 6th studio album by Kanye West. Recorded primarily in Paris, and featuring collaborations with No I.D., RZA, Thomas Bangalter of French electronic duo Daft Punk, Skrillex, Young Chop, Chief Keef, Travis Scott, King L, Tyler, the Creator, Frank Ocean, John Legend, James Blake, and many more.