The ever-elusive yet ever-present Kanye West has been busy as of late. He just filmed an episode of Family Feud with the Kardashian clan, performed a surprise set at adidas's 747 warehouse with Kid Cudi in LA during NBA All-Star Weekend, and continues to drop bangin' Yeezy sneakers. Now, he's been spotted back in the studio (and around town) in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, where he's reportedly working on his ninth album.

As TMZ reports, West has returned to the mountaintop hideout where he was previously seen a couple of times in 2017. Recently, Travis Scott has been spotted there, in addition to Nas, Kid Cudi, King Louie, The-Dream, A$AP Bari, Tony Williams, Wheezy, Mike Dean, and Pi’erre Bourne. The rapper and fashion designer's wife Kim Kardashian also reportedly paid him a visit, before moving on to the slopes of Utah.

Check out the photos below, and stay tuned for more updates on West's next album.

Revisit Kanye West's 2016 album The Life of Pablo below.

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