NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Monday, February 8, 2016, 11:00 AM
Perhaps the third time will be the charm for Kanye West.
The indecisive rapper hinted he changed his upcoming album’s title once again — just three days before it’s scheduled to be released.
“There may be a new secret album title,” West innocuously tweeted Monday morning.
The 38-year-old rapper has already changed the name of his highly anticipated new work twice before. It was originally billed “So Help Me God,” but he announced last May that he was renaming it “Swish.”
That name stuck for seven months, but two weeks ago he said he was changing the name for a second time to “Waves.”
But the “All Day” rapper hasn’t seemed particularly committed to this latest moniker — and last week he admitted he was already considering a possible third title change.
“We don’t have a name yet,” he revealed to Los Angeles radio host Big Boi on Tuesday.
The title isn’t the only thing West has backtracked on in recent weeks regarding his seventh studio album.
Last month, he boldly proclaimed it would be the “best album of all time,” only to clarify two weeks later that it won’t actually be the single greatest musical achievement in history.
West will premiere his new album on Feb. 11 at a listening party at Madison Square Garden.
“This new album is ONE of the greatest albums, not the greatest, just one of,” he wrote on Twitter last week.
West will debut the album at a listening party at Madison Square Garden on Thursday, where he will also roll out his new clothing line, Yeezy Season 3.
The outrageous event will be streamed at 700 theaters in 23 different countries, though West is not expected to actually perform at the party. Tickets to the album premiere went on sale last Thursday and sold out within 10 minutes, according to the shameless hip-hop star.
West has already released three of the 10 songs on the new album, including his first collaboration with fellow rap star Kendrick Lamar, “No More Parties in L.A.”