Tomorrow Kanye West will be taking over the Saturday Night Live stage for the show's season 44 opener. According to TMZ, the musician/designer is expected to bring out a number of guests during his performance, including Kid Cudi, Lil Pump, 070 Shake, and Teyana Taylor.

Sources also report that Spike Jonze — most recently responsible for Kanye and Lil Pump's "I Love It" video — is helping with the creative direction for the performance. In short, expect a wild showing.

And while Ye is taking care of the musical duties for SNL's season 44 premiere, actor Adam Driver will be hosting the episode.

Tune in to NBC tomorrow night to see what Kanye has up his sleeve for his Saturday Night Live performance.

In related news, Travis Scott will be next week's musical guest on 'SNL.'

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