LISTEN: Kanye West Drops ‘Yandhi’ on iTunes as Ringtones

Kanye West is just playing with us all now. Fans have been waiting for his upcoming album Jesus is King which has been delayed indefinitely, and any hopes of ever hearing the Yandhi project all but disappeared. However, in a bizarre turn of events, Yandhi turned up on iTunes on Tuesday, October 1.

However, there was a catch.

The previously unreleased project appears on iTunes but it only comes in the form of ringtones. A few of the tracks appear in the store for the price of $1.29 USD, but you are only able to hear snippets of the tracks. Among the titles are “Alien”, “80 Degrees”, “Slave Name (Outro)”, We Got Love”, “Law of Attraction”, “The Storm”, “New Body”, and “Bye Bye.”

Here is what’s currently available online.

https://twitter.com/sircxllins/status/1179016420086177792?s=20

Whether this means we will eventually get the full-length release of the album remains to be seen, but Kanye definitely knows how to generate some buzz. And at the very least, this will hold us all over until Jesus is King is released.

As for what we can expect from Jesus is King if it ever drops, below is all of the information we know.

Kanye West ‘Jesus is King’ Details

Artist: Kanye West
Album: ‘Jesus is King’
Release Date: TBD
Runtime: TBD


Kanye West ‘Jesus Is King’ Rumored Tracklist

https://www.instagram.com/p/B2Uaugyni7H/

  • Clade
  • Garden
  • Selah
  • God Is
  • Baptized
  • Sierra Canyon
  • Hands On
  • Wake The Dead
  • Water
  • Through The Valley
  • Sunday
  • Sweet Jesus

Back in April of this year, Kanye had teased a new song titled “Water” at one of his Sunday Services. Kanye performed the track which starts with Ye going back and forth with Ant Clemons. Interestingly enough, “Water” appeared on the tracklist that was tweeted out by Kim Kardashian. The biblical theme of the album title and tracklist indicates the project was inspired when Kanye was performing his Sunday Services throughout the past few months. At his services, Kanye has been releasing new tracks — as previously stated with “Water” — so the album could give those who have only seen services online the chance to have new Ye in one place.

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