UPDATE: Kanye West's "Yeezy Season 1" To Be Broadcast Live In Theaters

Yeezy Season approaching...

  • UPDATE: Kanye West and Adidas are debuting Yeezy Season 1 live from New York City on Thursday, February 12, at 4:00 pm EST. The event will be simulcast in 50 theaters across the world, and you can apply to get tickets to the event through West's website.

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    It's known that West is announcing a new line of shoes with Adidas Originals. What isn't known is if this is also the announcement of a new album, film or other artistic endeavor.

  • At about 8:00 pm ET on Thursday, February 5, Kanye West tweeted out the following website: The original tweet has since been deleted, and a new one was added several minutes later.

    The website features a countdown to next Thursday, February 12, at 4:00 pm ET.

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    We know a new Kanye album is immiment, though an official title has still not been announced, and we've been in a holding pattern for awhile. There's no confirmation about anything just yet, so it could be a countdown to the release of his new coffee blend for all we know.

    MTV believes it to be a countdown to the launch of Kanye's new Adidas line, set to be unveiled at New York Fashion week.

    Our fingers are still crossed for Yeezus 2: The Resurrection!

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