Kanye West was expected to release his new album, Yandhi, in September of last year, but 2018 has come and gone, and still no signs of the project — until now, possibly. According to TMZ, Kanye is working on a new album in Miami with the likes of Lil Wayne, Migos, 2 Chainz, Timbaland, Tee Grizzley and YNW Melly.

News of West's reported project comes after 'Ye bought wife Kim Kardashian a $14 million condo on South Beach, the Miami recording sessions are reportedly a big reason for the purchase. The couple is now expected to split their time between Miami and Los Angeles.

Kanye looks to follow up a busy 2018 that included five albums from himself and affiliated artists. Again, there is no word as to if this new album is in fact Yandhi, but per usual, stay tuned for more details.

Until then, follow on over to TMZ for everything they have on Mr. West's album antics.

In other Kanye and Kim-related news, the family is reportedly expecting their fourth child.

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