Grammy-winning rapper Kanye West‘s diehard fans can breathe a sigh of relief as a new alleged So Help Me God tracklisting appears to be fake.

A Def Jam representative called the song playlist bogus after it emerged earlier in the week.

The supposedly leaked internal memo about Kanye West’s So Help Me God that’s been making the rounds on Twitter is not real, Gabe Tesoriero—Def Jam’s executive vice president of media and creative development—told FADER in an email. (The FADER)

Peep the ridiculously awesome fake tracklisting on the next page…

A screenshot of what appeared to be Kanye’s LP song roundup bubbled online Wednesday (March 4) evening.

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According to Ye’s wife Kim Kardashian, new artwork supposedly of his upcoming LP is for his “All Day” single and not his album.

Sick artwork for All Day! It's the 13th century symbol for the Virgin Mary #SoHelpMeGod http://smarturl.it/YeezyAllDay

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Kanye announced his Yeezus follow-up album title last weekend.

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