Kanye West's new album, Jesus Is King, has been delayed once again and there reportedly is no new release date in sight.

According to a report TMZ published on Monday (Sept. 30), the reason is because 'Ye is still working on the album. Previously, Kim Kardashian had announced a release date of Sept. 27, then updated fans by saying it'd come out two days later, Sept. 29. But now, it may be a while.

"Every time he listens, there's something he wants to change," TMZ reported from a source in Kanye's camp.

On Friday (Sept. 27), Kanye played the album for fans in Detroit, then he played the album for his hometown of Chicago the following day. On Sunday night (Sept. 29), he brought it to NYC. An attendee of the Detroit stop revealed details about the project, including the fact that the Clipse reunited on the final track, "Use This Gospel for Protection," alongside jazz legend Kenny G.

Fans have already been quite upset about the delay of Jesus Is King, so this news will likely not be taken lightly.

Fans had been waiting for Kanye's previously-announced album Yandhi, but looks like that for at least the time being, they'll be getting Jesus Is King instead. It's unknown whether Jesus Is King is what Yandhi was supposed to be.

You can watch the video of Kanye out in the New York City stop of his Sunday Service tour for yourself below.

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