Kanye West to Debut New Album at Madison Square Garden

Rapper to screen "Yeezy Season 3" event to theaters worldwide


UPDATE: Kanye West will stream his Yeezy Season 3 fashion show at Madison Square Garden on Tidal beginning at 4pm Thursday.

Kanye West will debut his new album at Madison Square Garden at an event that will be screened in theaters on February 11th, Pitchfork reports.

A poster dubs the event, "Yeezy Season 3," meaning West could also be premiering his latest fashion line (the previous two were Yeezy Season 1 and 2). The poster also advertises a performance from artist, and previous West collaborator, Vanessa Beecroft; and while it does promise the premiere of Swish, it does not specify whether West will actually perform live.

A spokesperson for West was not immediately available for comment.

Tickets for the MSG show go on sale to the general public January 29th at 10 a.m. EST. An American Express presale is scheduled for January 27th at 10 a.m., while a venue presale will follow on the 28th at the same time.

The event will be broadcast to theaters worldwide on February 11th at 4 p.m. EST/1 p.m. PST. Tickets and venue information have yet to go up on West's website, though that info is available for fans in the U.K. and Germany.

West shared the 10-song track list for Swish on Twitter Monday, alongside the characteristically confident declaration, "So happy to be finished with the best album of all time." West has released a handful of album cuts so far including, "Wolves," "Fade," "Real Friends" and the Kendrick Lamar-featuring "No More Parties in L.A."

West also seems poised to continue his "G.O.O.D. Friday" tradition in the coming weeks after two Fridays passed with no new music. L.A. radio DJ Big Boy wrote on Instagram, "Good Friday is running a lil late," next to a photo of him sitting next to West and holding the handwritten Swish track list. "They're creating something from scratch in here. Not only is Chance The Rapper a lyrical beast ... he's also a GREAT photographer. Hellllooooo," suggesting that the Chicago rapper was also in the studio.