It was supposed to have been released last month, but Kanye West's latest album will be available this week, according to the rapper.

'Jesus is King' was scheduled for release in September and had even been previewed at several of West's 'Sunday Service' sessions.

However, it looks like the follow-up to 2018's 'Ye' is now arriving on Friday, after a tweet revealing the apparent artwork was sent out into the world.

It's the first time that West has tweeted since January, when he was knee-deep in the 'Trump hat' controversy - so we're taking it as gospel (sorry) and not as a joke.

Explaining the delay of his ninth album, West reportedly told students at George Washington University that he was "making it better for y’all."

The album's release will coincide with the release of an IMAX documentary also entitled 'Jesus is King', which goes behind the scenes of his 'Sunday Service' religion and music gatherings established earlier this year.

The album, which was originally titled 'Yandi', is said to be "an expression of the gospel" and a 'Christian hip-hop album'. Guests are said to include everyone from Ty Dolla Sign to Nicki Minaj and Kenny G (yes, that Kenny G).

As for what it's like? Well, you'll have to wait until Friday to find out.