Published Oct 25, 2019While it didn't arrive at midnight as initially promised, Kanye West's long-awaited new album Jesus Is King is finally here, and you can stream it right now.
Eleven tracks in length, Jesus Is King — or JESUS IS KING if you prefer — features contributions from Clipse, Ty Dolla $ign, Kenny G, Fred Hammond, Ant Clemons and West's Sunday Service Choir. The album marks the official follow-up to 2018's ye.
After the album did not appear on streaming services at midnight, West took to Twitter to explain he was tweaking mixes on "Everything We Need," "Follow God" and "Water." He thanked fans for being "loyal & patient," vowing, "We not going to sleep until this album is out!"
Jesus Is King was originally announced to be out on September 27, then September 29. West also premiered the album's accompanying IMAX film in theatres this week, with the film now set for more screenings.
Yesterday (October 24), a wide-ranging interview between West and Beats 1's Zane Lowe found the artist revealing his problems with sex addiction and how being a self-proclaimed "Christian innovator" influenced his new album.