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Kanye West tweets Swish tracklist, calls it 'the best album of all time'

Kanye West tweets Swish tracklist, calls it 'the best album of all time'

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Kanye West's seventh studio album Swish is set to be released on February 11th, but West has already labelled it "the best album of all time." The rapper tweeted out a hand-written tracklist for Swish in the early hours of this morning along with his modest description, saying that he was "so happy to be finished" with the album.

Best album of all time, sure, but tricky handwriting

The list features a number of tracks we've already heard, including "No More Parties In L.A.," "Real Friends," "Fade," and "Wolves," while the previously-unseen songs include "FML," "30 Hours," "High Lights," "Waves," and "NIna Chop." There's also one track title that's a little harder to decipher — but is probably either "Faith Stretch My Hands" or "Father Stretch My Hands." (The latter being extremely near to the title of an 18th century hymn by a leader of the Methodist movement, Charles Wesley, which has been covered by the likes of Aretha Franklin.)

The tracklist is also signed by West's sister-in-law, Kylie Jenner — but who knows, maybe "Kylie Was Here" is going to be the unexpected bonus track that blows everyone's minds. (No, probably not, but it'd be fun if it did happen.)