The 'Black Skinhead' rapper announces that fans can purchase his upcoming album at kanyewest.com.
Kanye West has taken to Twitter to announce that his highly-anticipated album, "Yeezus", is now available for early purchase. "YEEZUS ALBUM NOW AVAILABLE AT KANYEWEST.COM," he told his followers on Monday night, June 17.
Fans who visit the website will be greeted with an "American Psycho"-themed video starring Scott Disick and Jonathan Cheban. The short film, which was premiered at West's listening party in New York last week, was made to promote the album.
"This album is all about giving. This whole process is all about giving no f**ks at all," West told the guests who attended his listening party. "The whole way this whole album was put together, the amount of producers that came together for it, and the way we worked on this shit really collectively, collaboratively, we really didn't give a f**k what nobody else said-outside looking in or anything. We just wanted to make the best product possible."
"Yeezus" is West's sixth studio album. The album boasts collaborations with the likes of Chief Keef, Bon Iver's Justin Vernon, Daft Punk, Rick Rubin, Kid Cudi, Hudson Mohawke and Travi$ Scott. Unavailable for pre-orders, the follow-up to 2010's "My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy" is scheduled to hit stores on June 18.