Looks like Kanye West is really releasing his long-awaited Yeezus followup Swish on February 11! The man took to Twitter on Sunday night to brew up a fresh pot of hype when he tweeted a nearly illegible note containing “the best album of all time”’s 10-song tracklist. Check it out below:
Notably, the album includes recent singles “Real Friends” (with Ty Dolla Sign) and “No More Parties in L.A.” (with Kendrick Lamar), as well as two songs teased in 2015—“Wolves”, which featured Sia and Vic Mensa the last time we heard it, and “Fade”, which sampled Aaliyah.
Also notable, the album is missing all of Kanye’s singles officially released in 2015: “Only One”, “FourFiveSeconds”, and “All Day”. It’s a bit of a bummer since those songs range from great to stupid fantastic, but it is exciting that this brisk new album from Kanye is 100% new, as of a few weeks ago.
Still, Newsweek reporter Zach Schonfeld has a point: