AceShowbiz - Even after going all the way to Uganda to work on his next album "Yandhi", it appears Kanye West is still not convinced that the record will be as perfect as what he wants it to be. The controversial rapper has announced that he will be postponing the release date of the highly-anticipated effort.
Kanye apparently came to realization that "Yandhi" isn't ready to hit the stores just yet after taking the stage at Tyler, the Creator's Camp Flog Gnaw with Kid Cudi on Sunday, November 10. He took to Twitter after the performance to write, "It felt so good being on the stage last night with my brother Cudi. After performing again, I realize the new album I've been working on isn't ready yet. I'll announce the release date once it's done. Thank you for understanding."
It felt so good being on the stage last night with my brother Cudi. After performing again, I realize the new album I’ve been working on isn’t ready yet. I’ll announce the release date once it’s done. Thank you for understanding.— ye (@kanyewest) November 13, 2018
Some fans are understandably upset to learn that the "Stronger" hitmaker has to push back the release date, but some others decide to respect his decision and keep supporting him. "Take your time king, your immaculate discography needs to be maintained," one comment read.
It's unclear what made Kanye decide to postpone "Yandhi" release date once again, but some speculate that it might be because he appeared to be struggling during his 45-minute set at the annual festival. At the time, the "Gold Digger" rapper seemingly ran out of breath and forgot his lyrics a few times.
His set also caused a little bit controversy, as the stage design was strikingly similar to Lorde's signature set. The Australian singer herself had noticed the similarity and went on to accuse him of stealing her idea. "I'm proud of the work I do and it's flattering when other artists feel inspired by it, to the extend that they try it on themselves," she said on Instagram Stories. "But don't steal - not from women or anyone else - in 2018 or ever."