Fans of Yeezy might receive a triple dose of new tunes from the The Life Of Pablo artist. Kanye West is on a mission to change the climate of the music industry, announcing that he will release three albums per year.
This statement might ring true for 2016 when the Chicago native revealed the follow-up to his T.L.O.P. album will be tentatively titled Turbo Grafx 16. There’s no word on when the project will hit the Internet — since Ye plans to refrain from selling his music in a CD format — but there’s hints of the album arriving this summer.
No more fashion calendar… I’m going Mad Max… 6 collections a year…3 albums a year
— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) March 12, 2016
In a previous interview with Central Track, West’s cousin, Tony Williams, revealed that the famed artist already has a few songs prepared for the upcoming project. “Some songs were held back,” he revealed.
So far, West has been spotted in the studio with producers Mike Dean and Plain Pat, and frequent collaborator Kid Cudi. We’ll keep our eyes peeled to West’s Twitter account for further details.