Kanye West fans have been eagerly awaiting his seventh solo album, Swish, for nearly 13 months -- since the superstar rapper broke form from the biting, industrial Yeezus with a Paul McCartney-assisted lullaby for his daughter. Despite follow-up singles and persistent rumors, no concrete album news followed, Many observers noted that West seemed more interested in working on his fashion line with Adidas. Now, just two weeks out from Swish's Feb. 11 release date, the two seem to have converged.

First deduced by fans on Reddit, then confirmed to XXL by a rep from West's camp, the album will be played for the first time in its entirety at Madison Square Garden, where Kanye will be debuting his Yeezy Season 3 line during New York's Fashion Week.

Those who don't live in the city will still be able to catch it in real time: the show will be broadcast in select theaters around the world at 4 p.m. EST/1 p.m. PST. Tickets are expected to be available soon, but as TMZ pointed out earlier today (Jan. 27), the Ticketmaster page is no longer active.

West has previously used new music to debut his fashion line. Last February, the first run of Yeezy clothes came backed by "Wolves," a song that then featured the Chicago rapper Vic Mensa and the pop star Sia, and was said to be the intro to the new album, then titled So Help Me God. ("Wolves" apparently made the final cut, albeit as the last track; a member of West's camp suggested on Twitter than Mensa is no longer on the song.) Yeezy Season 2, unveiled last fall, sported the debut of "Fade," a house-inspired song that is said to feature Ty Dolla Sign and Post Malone.

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