Kanye West's brand new album is now available on Spotify and Apple Music
Kanye is back.
The man who hasn't been able to keep out of the news for the past few months has released his album. Yesterday, a mural of Kanye popped up in Temple Bar, which would have got his fans in the mood for the new album.
Ye is a seven track album, with features from Kid Cudi, Young Thug and Jeremih.
Fans of the Chicago rapper will be delighted to hear that the album is available on all major streaming platforms - including Spotify, Apple Music and TIDAL.
Kanye has been on a lot of people's minds for a number of reasons lately. He came out in support of Donald Trump, rocking a Make America Great Again hat which was signed by the President of the United States. He also made the claim that "slavery was a choice", which is a strong contender for most ridiculous statement of 2018 already.
The artist had a listening party in Wyoming last night, with the general reaction to the album being a positive one, but with a character like Kanye, the album is bound to split opinion.
The track list for the album is as follows:
1 - 'I Thought About Killing You'
2 - 'Yikes'
3 - 'All Mine'
4 - 'Wouldn't Leave'
5 - 'No Mistakes'
6 - 'Ghost Town'
7 - 'Violent Crimes'
Kanye addresses his mental health issues on Ye, as well as his drug use, and his marriage with Kim Kardashian.
No mention of Trump, though...
Ye is only 23 minutes long, which may disappoint fans of the 21-time Grammy winner, but that's what the replay button is there for.