Kanye West’s forthcoming album has an official release date, with the rapper revealing that Jesus Is King will drop before September is over.
After his weekend edition of ‘Sunday Service’ (September 15th), West attended a free concert in the town of Batesville raising money for Infinity’s Song and singer Victory Boyd
Yeezy addressed the crown during the performance, and dropped the news.
“Jesus Is King is out Sep. 27, so let’s continue this…” he says in a clip uploaded to Twitter.
'Jesus Is King.'
— Complex Music (@ComplexMusic) September 16, 2019
In other exciting Kanye news, Kenny G has confirmed that he’s been making music with the rapper.
Rolling Stone reports that after Kenny performed a romantic serenade for West and wife Kim Kardashian-West on Valentine’s Day, they’d since been in the studio together.
“[West] reached out to me and wanted me to come and do that,” he said of the Valentine’s Day performance
“I didn’t know him real well, but I was obviously flattered. He could not have been more welcoming.”
However, Kenny G did not confirm whether their work would appear on West’s forthcoming album.