Update: The President of The Recording Academy has responded to Kanye's tweets about the Grammys. Here's his statement via Fader: "Kanye West is a creative pioneer who has been recognized and honored by The Recording Academy time and again. We value his input as a member of the creative community, and our doors are always open to him. I continue to welcome Kanye, personally, to engage in a direct and productive dialogue about the future of music and the important role that music creators play in shaping that future."

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Yeezy is back at it again. Kanye West went off on Twitter today about wanting to fix the Grammys, and for starters he needs to see Future and Young Thug in the building. Oh, and he's dropping a new album this summer too.

"You like your black people a certain way also. You wouldn't have Future perform and that man owned the clubs last summer," wrote Kanye. "Has anyone at the Grammys ever heard March Madness??? Yes I have a problem with the Grammys."

"We need to see Young Thug at the Grammys," he continued. "Not just me and Jay in a suit."

'Ye also said we can expect yet another new album from him this year. "New album coming this summer," he said.

Last night (Feb. 23) Kanye popped up at Yo Gotti's listening party in L.A. to debut a new song called "Saint Pablo" produced by himself and Mike Dean. He also took the opportunity to go off on Taylor Swift for approving the line referencing her on "Famous" only to switch up and criticize Kanye for it. He also emphasized that Amber Rose did not, in fact, stick her fingers in his butt.

He also revealed on Twitter that he wrote "Saint Pablo" after telling the world about his personal debt. "I wrote Saint Pablo after admitting to my greatest shame my personal debt," he wrote. "But I'm not ashamed anymore."

In addition, he promised fans that adidas is gonna hook everyone up with "free Yeezys." Read his entire new string of tweets below.

See Kanye West's Recent Twitter Shenanigans

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