Wyoming, of all places, has been in the news quite a bit recently thanks to the current recording destination preferences of Kanye West. Following this week's pair of widely discussed and debated press appearances and tweets, West has reportedly made his way back to the Cowboy State to finish the slate of new G.O.O.D. albums set to be released over the next couple months.

West's new buddies over at TMZ reported as much Thursday, citing their sources as saying West left California Wednesday and is now in a "secluded" rented spot in Wyoming that's "literally on a mountaintop." West is expected to spend several weeks at this location, i.e. the same location where he previously linked up with Kid Cudi, King Louie, Tony Williams, Travis Scott, and more.

Earlier this month, West—while wearing the most unfathomably hideous and inextricably neo-Nazi-linked hat imaginable—teased around 10 new cuts for TMZ's lead annoyer Harvey Levin. In a clip of West live-rapping over a new beat, he's heard criticizing parents for teaching "white dominance" and touting the likelihood of a "lituation" whenever he's involved.

The coming months are set to bring us West's The Life of Pablo follow-up, a West x Cudi collab project, Pusha T's tentatively titled King Push, the new Teyana Taylor, and a Ye-produced Nas album. For clarity, Pusha followed West's series of release date announcements by confirming that his new album will indeed include plenty of "rapping about moving kilos."