Kanye West has named his new album Yeezus, after months of speculation about what its title could be.
The rapper is reportedly planning to unveil the collection as the follow-up to 2010's My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy on June 18.
The title has not been confirmed by the star himself, but is reported as fact by US site Rap-Up.
The star performed two tracks from the new collection on Saturday Night Live last night, sending fans into a frenzy. One of them, titled 'New Slaves', had been premiered on Friday evening by projecting the music video onto buildings in 10 cities, including London, Parus, Berlin, Sydney and several in the US.
Kanye West steps out in all white (WENN)
He is thought to be plotting a tour of the record soon after its release - a plan that reportedly ruffled feathers with his expectant girlfriend Kim Kardashian, who will give bith to their first baby in July. It has since been suggested that mother and child will join the musician on the road.
Odd Future and Skrillex are heavily tipped to feautre on Yeezus, whilst Daft Punk are also thought to have worked on tracks for it.
West's first studio album, The College Dropout, was released in February 2004 and was certified 3x Platinum in the US, as was follow-up Late Registration.
Graduation, 808s and Heartbreaks and My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy all hit No1 on the Billboard 200 and sold at least 1,000,000 copies domestically.
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