Kanye West May Be Dropping a NASA-Inspired Album Next Week
In the months following Kanye West‘s proclamation of allegiance to Donald Trump, there was a brief stay at a psychiatric ward, an official meeting with president-not-elect, a new blonded due and plenty of speculation over a new album, presumably produced by Pete Rock, after a clip of the two in the studio surfaced with a potential list of samples.
But according to MTV, the Chicago rapper may have signaled that new music (or noise, in this case) is afoot. They received a cryptic package of a VHS tape branded with the American creed “E Pluribus Unum” and a whited-out mock-up of a credit card with the number “772233688” at its centers, as well as West’s name, NASA and “PROJECT 10” etched into the corners. The tape played the dead channel white noise you might remember from fidgeting around with antenna TVs.
If the project is a musical one, it would in fact be West’s 10th, including Watch The Throne and Cruel Summer. Most heads around the rapper have claimed that he’s been hard at work on new music since his release from the hospital. There’s also a website that’s launched for whatever this is with the date of March 20th. Watch the clip below and hold tight for new details as they arrive.