Back in early-March, Kanye West announced So Help Me God, the upcoming follow-up to his 2013 album Yeezus, however it seems that the record’s title may be undergoing some kind of last-minute name-change.

Taking to Twitter moments ago, West mooted an alteration of the project’s title, saying “I’m changing my album name to SWISH.

The new collection, which is highly-likely to feature All Day, Only One and his recent Rihanna-collaboration FourFiveSeconds (the latter two also starring credits by Sir Paul McCartney), has yet to receive an official release date, though some expect the project to make its debut on Jay Z’s new TIDAL streaming service (of which Kanye is also a co-owner).

Yeezy, who’s set to headline this summer’s Glastonbury Festival next month, followed up his tweet confirming that SWISH may still not be the new album’s title, saying “might change it again but that’s the name now”.

So there we have it – contrary to rumours, if the title is still yet to be finalised, then maybe the new collection may not be as close to release as we were initially led to believe: