During an album listening party in Jackson Hole, Wyoming on Thursday, Kanye West revealed the seven new tracks off the EP entitled simply YE.
The highly-anticipated studio album to be released June 1 features appearances from Nicki Minaj, Ty Dolla $ign, Young Thug, Charlie Wilson, and more.
The album has yet to be released on any streaming services.
On the album, Kanye makes references to Russell Simmons’ sexual assault allegations, the #MeToo Movement, Stormy Daniels, and his comments on slavery.
The musician had dominated the news cycle in April and May with Twitter outbursts, explosive interviews and a controversial alliance with US President Donald Trump.
West also received major backlash for suggesting slavery is a choice during a TMZ interview.