Kanye West (once again) set the internet ablaze when he teased an album cover reminiscent of 2013’s Yeezus. But, what many assumed was a sequel to the album is actually a new project titled Yandhi. 

On Tuesday (September 18), ‘Ye revealed title and release date in a Twitter post. According to the photo, Yandhi is expect to arrive on September 29, the same day he is scheduled as the musical guest on the season premiere of Saturday Night Live.

Yandhi follows a busy summer for the G.O.O.D. Music mastermind. During the months of May and June, he dropped multiple projects back-to-back, including Nas’ Nasir, Pusha T’s DAYTONA, Kids See Ghost with Kid Cudi and his own solo album, ye.

On Monday (September 17), Kanye also confirmed his collaborative project with Chance The Rapper, Good Ass Job, is on its way as well.

[This article has been updated. The original version was published on September 17, 2018 by Justin Ivey and can be found below.]

Social media is abuzz with speculation that Kanye West is releasing a sequel to his 2013 album Yeezus. ‘Ye sparked the chatter by posting a blank CD reminiscent of the Yeezus cover art on his Twitter and Instagram accounts.

Kanye’s tease follows the announcement he’ll musical guest for the upcoming season premiere of Saturday Night Live. ‘Ye is scheduled to appear on the show’s September 29 episode and has centered album releases around SNL performances in the past, as seen during the rollout for 2016’s The Life Of Pablo.

Despite the lack of any confirmation, fans are already getting excited about a potential Yeezus 2. If the assumptions are correct, it would be Kanye’s second sequel in the works.

Earlier this month, Kanye more explicitly teased a follow-up to 2011’s Watch The Throne LP on Twitter. That tweet was met with some skepticism though due to the rift between ‘Ye and JAY-Z.

Check out some of the reactions to Kanye’s latest ambiguous tweet below.