Kanye West is releasing TWO new albums this summer

Cristina Cross
April 20, 2018

According to his tweets, one will be a solo album containing seven songs on June 1, to be followed by an album with Kid Cudi on June 8.

Kanye West is making his long-awaited return to music.

Kanye has announced two albums, set to be released over two weeks in early June. For Pusha, King Push will serve as his first studio album since his 2015 release King Push: Darkest Before Dawn, which featured rap heavyweights Kanye West, A$AP Rocky and more. West has reportedly been recording his album in Jackson Hole, Wyoming and tons of talent have been spotted around the mountaintop, including Kid Cudi, Travis Scott, Nas and more.

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By now, you've probably heard that Kanye West has rejoined Twitter.

You may remember the rift-turned-reconciliation between the two artists following Cudi's depression-based rehab stint, and their iconic reunion during West's Saint Pablo tour.

He described the collaboration as a "band" called Kids See Ghosts.

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As ever with Kanye, everything is subject to change, but that's definitely what the tweets below say.

Mr. West, you officially have the floor.

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