The Life of Pablo isn't even a month old, and yet Kanye West has already been diligently working on his new album for a couple of days now. After Kanye revealed that the album is tentatively titled Turbo Grafx 16, his barber shared a snapshot of Kanye, Kid Cudi, and Plain Pat linking up in the studio.
Now, it's starting to look like we'll be getting at least some kind of daily update on his recording process. Earlier yesterday, Cudi gave us a quick tweet about Day 2.
Tonight, 'Ye shared another update via Twitter. The picture, simply captioned "Day 3," shows a computer screen playing Sufjan Stevens' "Death With Dignity." A closer look at the tabs also reveals his use of popular torrent site The Pirate Bay. The picture could mean that Kanye will be sampling the song on his new project, or simply that he's being influenced by the sound. Maybe it's even just a red herring to keep us all guessing. At this point, there's not a ton of information to guess from.
While it's not much to go off, it does seem like someone in Kanye's camp is going to be sharing an update on nearly every step of the recording process. With the album supposedly due this summer, we could be in for a long stream of teasers and slow-leaked information. Buckle up everyone.