Kanye West Announces Nas' Album Will Arrive in June and Hints He Had a Role Producing It

Kanye has announced another big album that will arrive in June.

June is going to be an incredible month for hip-hop.

Last week, Kanye West announced that his next album will arrive on June 1, followed by a collaborative project with Kid Cudi on June 8 and preceded by a Pusha T album on May 25. Today, he reminded fans of those albums—plus the Teyana Taylor album he's executive producing—and clarified that he handproduced all of them.


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Kanye said there was another project he hadn't yet announced, though. Nas' next album will arrive on June 15.

As some of you might remember, back in March of 2016, Kanye said that he promised Obama he would "do beats on Nas' next album."

It sounds like he made good on his presidential promise. If the same goes for Nas' album as the rest on the list, Kanye will "hand produce" that produce his project as well.

Nas is one of many artists who have been reportedly spotted in Wyoming for whatever Kanye has been cooking up lately. The two of them appeared together on French Montana's 2016 single "Figure It Out" and have collaborated plenty of times in the past—including Hip Hop Is Dead songs "Still Dreaming" and "Let There Be Light," Lost Tapes' "Poppa Was A Player," and Late Registration's "We Major." 


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