Kanye West has changed the release date of his forthcoming album Yandhi. Fans can expect the album to drop on November 23 (Black Friday).

This decision was announced by Kim Kardashian West on her Twitter account.


This was later confirmed by Kanye West in an interview with TMZ.  West has detailed what fans can expect from the artists ninth release, explaining “it’s just a full Ye album, and those five albums that I dropped earlier were like superhero rehabilitation.”

West first teased this project with an ambiguous tweet featuring an artwork recalling his 2013 album Yeezus.

This tweet sent fans and media into a frenzy, with speculations that this could be part 2 of the acclaimed album. This artwork featured the date September 29 which Kanye followed up with the below tweet.

Kanye has detailed his decision to push back on the release of his album in the below interview with TMZ.

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This will be Kanye West’s third album of 2019. The first being his full-length effort Ye and the second a collaboration with Kid Cudi, Kids See Ghosts.

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