As Kanye West inches closer to releasing Jesus Is King to the public, there are already a handful of select people who have heard the project in its entirety.

Among them is Chicago music industry insider and Valee’s manager Andrew Barber, who says the Kanye who created “Gold Digger” and “Famous” is no more. According to a recent tweet, ‘Ye will only make spiritual music.

“Kanye also announced that he is no longer making secular music,” Barber wrote on Saturday (September 28). “Only Gospel from here on out.”

Although Jesus Is King failed to arrive on Friday (September 27) as originally planned, Kim Kardashian announced the album would materialize on Sunday (September 29) in one of her Instagram Stories.

While not much is known about the project, Barber revealed ‘Ye reunites Clipse [Pusha T and No Malice] on one of the tracks and said the production is a combination of past Kanye albums.

“It was great to hear the Clipse on a song together again,” he tweeted. “Hopefully this feature on the Kanye album opens the door for another project from Push & No Malice. I think a good shoulder / bad shoulder album from them would go crazy.”

He added, “The beats on Jesus Is King sounded fire. He definitely pulled from elements of previous sounds that people loved from WTT, 808s, Yeezus, Cruel Summer & MBDTF and put a gospel spin on them. Of course I need to hear them again, but they were knocking on the sound system he had.”