Kanye West Reveals He Produced Nas' Album, Announces Release Date

Kanye West recently rejoining Twitter has to be one of the most interesting things to happen in 2018, thus far. During his rather short time back, the recording artist/fashion designer has been dropping knowledge on a number of different topics. 

West has been sharing his philosophy on life and relationships, shared some new pics of his upcoming Yeezy merch and has even announced that he's been producing multiple projects "from the sunken place." Last week, West tweeted that his new solo album, his joint album with Kid Cudi, Pusha T and Teyana Taylor's albums were each dropping, with King Push's project kicking things off on Friday, May 25.

"My album is 7 songs," the artist previously tweeted. "June 1st." From there, West went on to tease the other previously mentioned albums. However, the star revealed something that much more shocking about yet another project that he's secretly been working on. For the past couple of years, the hip hop community has waited for Nas' new album to arrive, since it's apparently finished. After all, DJ Khaled made a whole song titled "Nas Album Done" that was featured on his 2017 Grateful album. But, we still haven't gotten it.

According to West, not only is it coming, but West produced it! On Twitter, West said: "I'm hand producing all the albums I tweeted about. Been chopping samples from the sunken place Pusha May 25th My album June 1st me and Cudi June 8th and Teyana June 22nd and oh yeah...Nas June 15th." 

And yes, fans couldn't keep it together. Check out West's tweets below!

 
 

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