Grammy-winning rapper Kanye West is going to make fans wait a little longer for his new “Wash Us in the Blood” premiere. However, Yeezy is going keeping frowns slightly upside down by sharing the single’s artwork and vowing to release it in the coming hours.
Kanye x Delay
On Monday, Mr. West went to Twitter to let fans know his new record wouldn’t make its June 30 deadline. Instead, the anthem’s visual is set to premiere Tuesday morning.
“WASH US IN THE BLOOD COVER BY ARTHUR JAFA http://SHOP.KANYEWEST.COM VIDEO TOMORROW 10 AM EDT #WESTDAYEVER” -Kanye West’s Twitter
Initially, Mr. West hit up Twitter to break huge new tunes news. In addition to announcing his new LP’s title, Yeezy vowed to release “Wash Us in the Blood” before June 30.
“KANYE WEST ARTHUR JAFA PROJECT 02 WASH US IN THE BLOOD FROM THE FORTHCOMING ALBUM GOD’S COUNTRY TODAY STILL #WESTDAYEVER” -Kanye West’s Twitter
Wait, There’s More
Recently, buzz developed about Kanye having a new project on deck. His video artist Arthur Jafa teased the album’s production.
As previously reported, Jafa shared news of God’s Country‘s existence last month, while also revealing his involvement in an accompanying video. Previously, Jafa had soundtracked his 2017 video Love Is the Message, The Message Is Death, with West’s “Ultralight Beam.” (Exclaim!)
Before You Go
The new music hype came after months of mounted anticipation for new Yeezy records. Kanye recently put a couple gospel-inspired albums influenced by admiration for Jesus.
“Wash Us in Blood” will mark Kanye West’s first new music since his 2019 gospel album Jesus Is King and the Sunday Service Choir’s album Jesus Is Born. So far in 2020 (prior to the coronavirus pandemic), Kanye West continued to offer Sunday Service sessions. At one, he and Chance the Rapper paid tribute to the late Kobe Bryant. West also threw a Yeezy Season fashion show that featured a performance from his daughter, North West. (Pitchfork)