Last night, Kanye West took to his preferred medium of Twitter to unveil a few goodies. Shortly after sharing a closer look at the artwork for his upcoming album YANDHI, Ye has now uploaded a variety of billboard mock-ups for the project, confirming its planned release date of this Friday, September 29. See them below.

In addition, he continued to spend time on the platform expressing his concern about our over-reliance on social media. Among other things, he issued a call for a "live streamed meting" between relevant parties such as Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, Twitter's Jack Dorsey, and Instagram's Kevin Systrom. See those tweets below.

Stay tuned for YANDHI to arrive this Friday, let us know what you think of the album's rollout so far in the comments below.

If you haven't seen it already, get an up close and personal look at 'YANDHI's holographic cover art right here.

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