UPDATED 9/4/19 1:35 p.m. ET: Kanye West's official website now displays the same photo that Kim shared last week. Yeezy season approaching.

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Kim Kardashian, in a mysterious post on Twitter, might just have revealed the release date for Kanye West's next album. While the infamous Yandhi name is nowhere to be seen on the image, which shows a notebook featuring an assumed tracklist next to a bible, it does feature the title of Jesus is King. The image reveals that fans can expect something at the end of September. 

Track titles also include "Garden," "God Is," "Baptized," "Sunday," and "Sweet Jesus," indicating that it'll sound something akin to what we've heard during Ye's Sunday Service events. It's worth pointing out that among the assumed song titles is "Water," which is the name of a track that Ye debuted earlier this year during his Sunday Service show at Coachella that featured Ty Dolla Sign.

Yandhi was originally announced in Sept. 2018 with a tentative release date of sometime around the same month, although it was later delayed. Kim then revealed that the follow-up to 2018's divisive Ye would be released on Nov. 23, but the date came and went with no album. It was then postponed indefinitely, with no new release date set. It's unclear if Yandhi eventually became Jesus is King, or if fans can still expect Yandhi at some point.

Ronny J gave fans an update on Yandhi earlier this year, and revealed that he had been a part of the recording process.

Kanye hasn't confirmed the album on his own social media accounts yet, but its safe to assume Yeezy season is in full effect.