After multiple feints and missed release dates, Kanye West's latest full-length, Jesus Is King, has finally arrived. The album's official release followed listening events in cities that included Detroit, New York City, and Los Angeles. West worked on Jesus Is King until the last possible moment - it was supposed to come out Thursday at midnight, but the rapper tweeted that he was still "fixing mixes" on three different songs.
Jesus Is King features vocal contributions from Clipse, Ty Dolla $ign, Fred Hammond, and Ant Clemons, along with saxophone from Kenny G. Numerous producers worked on the album, including Timbaland, Pi'erre Bourne, and Mike Dean, among others.
Jesus Is King marks the first West album since last year's Ye.