What will Kanye West's next album be called?
While SWISH sounds dope, Kanye is a known perfectionist. He might just tinker with the title until he feels it's 100 percent right, and that might take more than one change.
So, we started thinking about all the possibilities. What would be another great name for Ye's next album? Well, here are some options. Hope you like 'em, Yeezy.
Good Ass Job
My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy was supposed to be called Good Ass Job. Perhaps this is a concept Kanye might want to revamp and revisit?
Back To School (In Style)
The Greatest Rapper Of All Time
Many people believe Kanye West is the greatest rapper of all time. Yeezy might believe that, too. If so, wouldn’t this just be the perfect new title for his next LP? Brash and unapologetic. That's textbook Yeezy.
I Am A God
He made it a hot line and a hot song; he can make it a hot album. Plus, that'd be a perfect follow-up to Yeezus.
The World's Most Influential
This title was inspired by Kanye West’s TIME cover. It just looked like a fresh album title next to his portrait on the cover.
808s And Love
Isn’t it about time for a (more optimistic) sequel to 808s & Heartbreak? Thanks to Kim K and North West, part 2 would just as dope, only way happier.
Did you hear how inspired Kanye was on “Only One?” Nori might just be the fuel for this whole album. Plus, Kanye seems like a pretty cool dad. This would be a cool dad move for real.
Back in 2003, Kanye dropped his I’m GOOD mixtape just before hitting us with 2004’s College Dropout. Why not take things up a notch with I’m G.R.E.A.T.?
Stay. Worried. I’ll. Stay. Honest
What if SWISH is just an acronym he's giving us for now? Endless possibilities here.
The self-titled LP would be an ill, bold power-move the same way it was when Bey dropped BEYONCÈ in 2013.
Kanye And PaulGetty Images
Okay, this might be wishful thinking, but it's not too far-fetched. Back in January, Yeezy's friend and barber said Paul McCartney was working on co-producing Ye's whole LP. McCartney's camp denied it, but after he helped with "Only One" and "FourFiveSeconds" and "All Day," would it really be so hard to believe?