Kanye West is a busy man in 2020.

From presidential run, to his Gap partnership to dropping a new album. West’s bid to be the next president is wishy-washy and the news of his new album is all the same.

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On Saturday, West announced DONDA, an album named after his late mother set to come out on July 24. Only to later delete the tweet that included the tracklist. The album includes the song “Donda” which he released last week, “God’s Country” and “Wash Us in the Blood”.

On Monday, West again tweeted the tracklisting. This time, 12 song titles were shared via an iTunes or Apple Music screenshot.

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“New Body” was originally planned to be on Yandhi, but that album never got released.

Yet fans shouldn’t get their hopes up just let. West has a history of announcing upcoming albums that don’t see the light of day including (but not limited to) Good Ass JobWatch the Throne 2 and Turbografx 16.