Seems changing his mind is Kanye West's prerogative. But on Wednesday, February 10, the Yeezus hitmaker took to Twitter to reveal (once again!) the title of his new album.
The indecisive 38-year-old musician has already dumped his previous album names So Help Me God, Swish and Waves (we all remember his feud with Wiz Khalifa over that one)! And on Wednesday, he made his announcement to fans that he'd finally settled on the new title, T.L.O.P.
He then got fans trying to decipher the four-letter acronym, offering tickets to the Yeezy season 3 New York Fashion Week show on Thursday, February 11, and a pair of free trainers to anyone who was successful.
Later that day, Kim Kardashian's husband returned to social media to put us all out of our misery.
Tweeting a handwritten track list for the album, West captioned the picture, "Final track list for The Life Of Pablo."
Superfan and rap artist Dante Holley, 20, was the only one who had managed to guess the meaning of T.L.O.P., having returned to West's singles from the album, "Real Friends" and "No More Parties in L.A.," to discover the lyric, "I feel like Pablo when I'm working on my shoes."
Holley told MTV he thinks West is referencing Pablo Escobar (the notorious Colombian drug lord), though we think it's more likely he's talking about the artist Pablo Picasso, to whom he compared himself last March while talking at Britain's Oxford University.
"My goal, if I was going to do art, fine art, would have been to become Picasso or greater," he told the students. "That always sounds so funny to people, comparing yourself to someone who has done so much, and that's a mentality that suppresses humanity," he claimed.
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