Live Nation is reportedly waiting on the green light from Kanye West's team about taking his unmatched discography back on the road. At least, that's the word from (the recently and very frustratingly Trump-friendly) TMZ. A report from Harvey Levin Inc. Thursday claimed the pieces are "now in place" for West to resume touring as soon as early next year.
Sources told TMZ that fans should not expect West to simply resume his blockbuster Saint Pablo Tour, which ran from August to November 2016 before being canceled. West was subsequently hospitalized. According to the latest report, West is now feeling much better and is overcoming the issues that ultimately landed him in the hospital.
For the rumored outing, West will reportedly be improving upon or completely replacing the much-discussed floating stage seen in the Saint Pablo production. Additionally, West will reportedly be switching up the set list. Though TMZ's sources said the goal is to kick things off in early 2018, they also noted that West is "aggressively avoiding" laying out strict deadlines. This includes deadlines for new music, which West is said to have been working on in recent months.
West was recently spotted at the Blind Dragon lounge in Hollywood Sunday, joining family and friends to ring in Khloé Kardashian's 33rd birthday.
West has also made a string of guest appearances on various artists' tracks in the first half of 2017, including cuts from Drake and Tyga.
West's Twitter and Instagram accounts, both of which disappeared back in May, remain offline.