If you’re maintaining with Kanye (welcome to the pitiful membership), you’ll recall that his new album Yandhi didn't arrive on Saturday as he repeatedly stated it might, to in all probability solely Kanye’s shock. On Monday, his spouse Kim Kardashian tweeted that the brand new launch date has been set for November 23, a.ok.a. Black Friday. On Monday, Kanye sat down with TMZ’s Harvey Levin to clarify himself as solely Kanye can. According to Kanye, the album didn’t come out as a result of it’s simply so next-level good, but additionally as a result of it doesn’t exist. “Um …” [Deep breath. Scratches chin. Pulls excuse from ass.] “… I didn’t end it … An individual from my administration employees had instructed as a result of the album is so good,” he started. Please, go on:

And who is that this being previously often known as Kanye? “When I say being myself, that doesn’t imply I’m being Donald Trump. It means I’m being me and I’m punk. And I can put on no matter I need ’trigger I’m a god.” Kanye will now retreat to Africa — sorry, “what is named Africa” — in two weeks to document the “so good” album. “I felt this power once I was in Chicago, I felt the roots. But we have now to go to what's often known as Africa. I have to go, I want to seek out out what it’s actually known as. Just seize the soil and be and prepare dinner meals — 5 meals a day so the metabolism stays up — have my children within the studio, and have the mic within the open so you'll be able to hear nature whereas we’re recording. So we’re going to carry out the album on what is named Black Friday, November 23rd.” Mark it in your calendar then burn it.

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