The rumors circulating around Kanye West's highly-anticipated Yeezus follow-up are starting to gain major steam. After pushing back his Australian tour dates to complete the album, it was reported that 'Ye may just release a spoken-word album but after multiple producers like Q-Tip, Rick Rubin, and Evan Christ claimed that they were working with Mr. West on music, many were left to believe the follow-up would arrive sooner than later.

A  source has now also come forth saying that there are 12 songs on the album. Of the six songs the source supposedly heard, the sound is "mostly a mixture of soul samples and tamed 'Yeezus'-esque darkness...nothing abrasive," a source told Billboard.

Young Thug  has also added to the hype of Yeezy's next LP, stating that he went to the superstar's house to record,. French Montana was  "supposed" to be working on a few songs with 'Ye along with DJ Mustard sending over "a hundred beats, but in truth, nobody knows what the hell to expect from Kanye but it is always fun to speculate.