Kanye West Delays ‘Jesus Is King’ Album Moments After Announcing Midnight Release On ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’
Kanye West has already delayed his new album Jesus Is King.
During an episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live, Ye told fans that his upcoming album would be released at midnight, claiming “It’s out now,” for the pre-recorded show.
By the time “now” hit, Jimmy Kimmel’s episode aired across the nation leaving many confused by the lack of Kanye’s new album, some believing it could be any of the four U.S. major time zones.
The album has slated multiple release dates but each time a delay has taken place, leaving fans frustrated and demanding its release. Jesus Is King was first given a release date of September 27, 2019, with Kim Kardashian claiming it would be released that Sunday — then Kanye promised October 25, 2019, and again it hasn’t dropped.
Sharing an update with fans, the 42-year-old rapper wrote on Twitter, “To my fans … thank you for being loyal and patient … we are specifically fixing mixes on Everything We Need, Follow God and Water. We not going to sleep until this album is out!”
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