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Kanye West changes album title again, from Swish to Waves [UPDATE]

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UPDATE: Kanye West posted yet another update to his Waves tracklist. The new sheet of paper features hints at collabs with Earl Sweatshirt, Chance the Rapper, and more. Check it out:

EARLIER: Kanye West is a man of many names: Ye, Yeezy, Yeezus, the Louis Vuitton Don. And so, it seems, is his seventh studio album.

The rapper announced Tuesday night on Twitter that the name of his new record will be Waves, instead of Swish:

This marks the third name of he has given the album, which was initially dubbed So Help Me God, as announced last March, and switched to Swish last May.

The new album name comes the day after Kanye unveiled the album’s track list, which includes a song titled “Waves.” Shortly after announcing the new album title Tuesday, West tweeted an updated track list, which adds a new song, “Ultra Light Beam,” and teases collaborations with A$AP Rocky, Swizz Beatz, and The-Dream. 

Two songs have been given full official releases: “Real Friends” and “No More Parties in L.A.” featuring Kendrick Lamar.

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As of now, West’s album is due Feb. 11.