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Working Title for Kanye West's New Album Unveiled

February 16, 2010 (4:47 am) GMT
Big Sean suggests that he is working on his album back to back with his mentor's effort which he claims titled 'Good Ass Job'.

Question on what will call his next studio album has been answered. According to one of his proteges who was recently signed to G.O.O.D Music/Def Jam imprint, the effort is titled "Good Ass Job".

"Up n at em!!! Time to go to Hawaii! To work on the best 2 albums of all time. Mne '' n Kanye's graduation!," he wrote on Twitter over the weekend before then clarifying with another post. "I mean 'Good ass Job' not Graduation. I was sleepy as h**l when tweeted that s**t! Happy Valentines Day! Everybody be safe... N Don't break my aching heart! Show me love back! I'm off to Hawaii... Luv y'all!"

Kanye West indeed has worked on his new album, previously citing Maya Angelou, Gill Scott Herron and Nina Simone as his inspirations. However, official statement regarding the title report is yet to be made.

In the meantime, "We Are the World 25 for Haiti" becomes Kanye's first studio project since he stayed away from the spotlight following an incident at MTV Video Music Awards which saw him interrupting 's Best Female Video acceptance speech. In this remake song, he has his own solo rapping part and sings the chorus with the other artists, such as , , , , and more.

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