After debuting new songs like "New Slaves" and "Black Skinheads" in spectacular fashion in recent weeks, Kanye West is gearing up to release his sixth solo album, Yeezus. Fans are eagerly awaiting Yeezy's latest project but it looks like you won't be able to cop the album ahead of time. 

A.P.C. founder Jean Touitou tweeted an image this morning of the album that had the phrase, "NO PRE ORDER PLEASE PURCHASE." The image also featured an album cover that doesn't look like an album cover at all, just a blank CD case as opposed to the rumored melted Jesus piece of the cover we'd seen before.

Touitou has a history of collaborations with Yeezy, so it's safe to say that the two are close friends and Kanye would trust Touitou to reveal information like this.

Kanye's website previously took pre-orders for the album, but now only features a world map with locations for where "New Slaves" had previously played. 

Yeezus drops June 18, the same day as J. Cole's Born Sinner and Mac Miller's Watching Movies With The Sound Off.

[via Smoking Section]

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