Kim Kardashian West has teased that Kanye West will release new music every Friday via Twitter.
The 'All Day' rapper previously dropped new material from his 2010 LP 'My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy' this way and titled the series 'G.O.O.D. Fridays' and now it looks set to return for his eagerly-anticipated record 'Swish'.
Kim announced on Twitter: "Friiiiiiday!!!! New music!!!! #EveryFriday#Swish#RealFriends (sic)"
The news of a possible 'G.O.O.D Fridays' revival comes as Kanye told his fans not to ask him about the progress of his seventh studio album, which follows 2013's 'Yeezus' and his collaborations with Rihanna on 'FourFiveSeconds' and Sia's latest single 'Reaper', which he co-wrote.
He previously wrote: "I'm finishing my album and my next collection...no offense to anyone... I'm asking everyone DON'T ASK ME FOR ANYTHING TILL AFTER I'M FINISHED WITH MY ALBUM (sic)."
Meanwhile, Kanye has taken to social media to address the speculation around his track 'Facts', which features lyrics about NBA basketball champion LeBron James.
The 38-year-old musician, who raps the line "Nike, Nike, treat employees just like slaves/ Gave LeBron a billi' not to run away (sic)" has denied insulting his close pal Lebron, as he considers him family.
Taking to Twitter on Friday (08.01.16), he wrote: "The media tried to make it seem like I was downplaying LeBron on my song FACTS which I would never do, Lebron is fam bottom line (sic)".
However, the 31-year-old sportsman says he's not offended anyway.
Talking about his inclusion in the track, he said: "Phil Knight's greatest saying is 'always listen to the heart of the athlete listen to the words of the athlete', and that's all it's about, nothing else."