Teyana Taylor & Kanye West Share New Album ‘KTSE’

A livestream took place late Thursday night.

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Kanye West has been dropping records on records. Kicking off with Pusha T’s DAYTONA on the last week of May, West released ye, his collaboration with Kid Cudi titled Kids See Ghosts, Nas’ Nasir and now, Teyana Taylor’s KTSE (Keep That Same Energy). The album, which is set to release sometime later today (June 22), it debuted via live stream late Thursday night in Los Angeles on Twitter a few hours ago. The album streams are expected to arrive later.

This isn’t the first time West and Teyana Taylor linked up; she has previously starred in the Chicago rapper’s video for “Fade” from his album The Life of Pablo. Stay posted for updates.

In other news, Chance The Rapper, Daniel Caesar, Rex Orange County and more hopped on Peter CottonTale’s “Forever Always.”

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