Fans anxiously await the release of Kanye West's new 2013 album entitled "Yeezus," which is set to hit stores on June 18. An "unofficial," 13-song tracklist recently leaked on the web... and now a controversial image of Yeezy's alleged alternative album cover has taken the web by storm. The photo features a caricature of West impersonating Jesus on the Cross. Still no word on if the image is actually legit... but what do fans think? Compare the two "Yeezus" album covers below and take the poll to find out!
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As Mstars originally reported, an unofficial iTunes photo of the FULL "Yeezus" tracklist has since leaked online. Several sources confirm that the 13-track listing is most-likely fake... but the image still continues to go viral. Check it out:
1. Awake With The Dark
2. New Slaves (Feat. Frank Ocean)
4. Onsite (Feat. Travi$ Scott)
5. God (Interlude)
6. Chained (Feat. Jay Electronica, James Blake, & Lonne Chia)
8. Boxed Out (Feat. Chief Keef, RZA & Ma$e)
9. Black Skinhead
10. The Follower
11. Hyper Critical (Feat. Tyler, The Creator)
12. In The Heavens (Feat. John Legend)
It remains unknown where the Apple link actually originated from, which is why the tracklist is most likely bogus. West and his peeps have yet to comment on the photo.
And now here's another "unconfirmed" photo that recently leaked on the web, connected to Yeezy's highly-anticipated sixth studio album:
Pretty intense... but is it real? Here's the "Yeezus" cover album released by West through social media:
And here's an official CD advertisement:
So, do fans approve of this "unconfirmed" alternative album cover, or is it just a little too much?
Stay tuned for more "Yeezus" updates prior to the album release!