Kanye West’s new album ‘Ye’ has arrived at streaming services on Friday morning following his much-talked about album listening party in Jackson Hole, Wyoming just a day prior.

The 7-track effort features guest appearances from artists including Young Thug, Jeremih, John Legend, Kid Cudi, Willow Smith and Nicki Minaj. As for the artwork – the photo was shot by Kanye on his iPhone.

The album was played to the public for the first time at a listening session in Jackson Hole with the whole event streamed to the world via the WAV app. The album was originally being sold via a merch bundle on his website and due for release on June 1, according NME.

The record is dense with references, ranging from Stormy Daniels, North Korea, Will Smith and Martin, Russell Simmons, and Ye’s own comments regarding slavery as a choice.

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  1. Nicolas

    This stupid guy should be banned. “Earth is flat,….. slaves were volonteers” Customers have to make smart choices.

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