Kanye West took to Twitter yesterday (February 7) to update the status of his forthcoming album’s title.

“There may be a new secret album title,” West writes.

West told Big Boy in an interview last week that the LP does not have a name.

He switched the title from SWISH to WAVES last month, which brought criticism from Wiz Khalifa because the Pittsburgh rapper said he was biting Max B.

The Chicago rapper originally named the Yeezus follow-up So Help Me God.

The album is slated for a February 11 release and is reported to have features from Chance the Rapper, Kirk Franklin, 2 Chainz and more.

View Kanye Wests tweets updating the status of his album title below:

(This article was last updated on January 26, 2016 and is as follows.)

Along with changing the name of his forthcoming album, Kanye West also updated the tracklist for the project, now titled WAVES.

In a Twitter post made today (January 26), West shows the original list he shared earlier this week with some new annotations. Now the tracklist shows 11 songs that are divided in three acts.

Kylie Jenner’s note is still on the paper and notes from Kim Kardashian and Swizz Beatz are also present.

View Kanye West’s WAVES tracklist below:

(This article was first published today [January 26, 2016] at 6 p.m. PST and is as follows.)

Kanye West changed the title of his forthcoming album from SWISH to WAVES, he announced via Twitter today (January 26).

The LP was originally titled So Help Me God until May of last year, when he changed it to SWISH. At the time, he did warn fans that he might change the title again.

WAVES is scheduled for a February 11 release. West will be premiering the album at Madison Square Garden as part of the Yeezy Season 3 show.

The Chicago rapper released the 10-song tracklist for WAVES this week. The project is slated to include “Real Friends” with Ty Dolla $ign and “No More Parties in L.A.” with Kendrick Lamar.

View Kanye West’s tweet changing the SWISH album title to WAVES below:

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