The release date of Kanye West's new album Jesus Is King has been pushed back yet again, but fans desperate to hear Ye's latest offering may find solace in a low quality recording of the album that has surfaced online.

The leak is apparently a full recording taken at a listening event over the weekend. Running 37-minutes in total, the clip was uploaded by YouTuber TRENDLORDZ 2 and features a lot of fan noise, which makes some of the tracks harder to hear.

According to Rolling Stone, West admitted during the event that the stream was a "work in progress," so what you hear below is not the finished project. That is assumedly why the album hasn't dropped yet despite Kim Kardashian previously stating that it would land yesterday, Sunday, September 29.

Listen to the low quality recording of West's Jesus Is King below before the real deal lands, whenever that may be, and check out the critic reviews here.

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