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Nobody knows what Kanye West's new album title means

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It seems like Kayne West has a hard time making up his mind. He's continually deleting his tweets, and now he's changed his upcoming album title again.

We've been waiting for this album since 2014—when it was originally announced with the title So Help Me God. But late Monday night, the rapper tweeted a photo of himself getting some work done at the studio along with another name for the album: T.L.O.P.

Here's the timeline of all the changes so far: After touting So Help Me God, he changed the title to Swish in May 2015. Enter yet another name in January 2016, when it became Waves. As of February, we have T.L.O.P. 

And if you can guess what the title means, you'll win tickets to the Yeezy Season 3 premiere and a pair of Yeezy Boosts, West's own line of uber-popular sneakers, which the youth love but your grandma might not

Curiosity and a yearning for some tix and fly kicks have spun a whirlwind of guesses. Here are a couple of the noteworthy ones:

But more importantly, Kayne fans have used this opportunity to tweet out some joke guesses. Even Pizza Hut UK has #engaged in this content. And @kingsleyyy has pointed out that West might want to reconsider T.L.O.P. considering what Urban Dictionary has to say about the acronym. 

And while the rest of the Internet tries to decode T.L.O.P., we're fairly confident that there'll be yet another change. What else can we expect from the self-proclaimed rap god, other than deleting more tweets and getting scorched by Amber Rose? Here are some possible album titles that he should highly consider.:

I AM Not A FingersInTheBootyAssBitch

The College Re-Enroller

808s & Heartbreak & Diarrhea 

My Beautiful Dark Twisted Booty Fantasy

Cheezus

So Help Me Beyoncé

AIRBALL

AIRBUD 15

Anyway Here's Wonderwall

Kim Kardashian Is Bae

All in all, we're just hoping that the next Kayne album isn't a F.L.O.P.

H/T BuzzFeed | Illustration via Max Fleishman


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