It feels like we’ve been hearing about Kanye West’s upcoming record Swish for an eternity now, but the rapper has finally unveiled the album’s tracklisting. Taking to twitter, the ever-modest Yezzus shared a handwritten list of the tracks which made the cut, labelling it ‘the best album of all time’.

Kanye WestKanye West has revealed the tracklisting for Swish.

The image showed that both of West’s 2016 Good Friday releases, ‘No Parties in L.A.’ (featuring Kendrick Lamar) and ‘Real Friends’ (ft. Ty Dolla $ign) will be included on the record. There’s also new tracks ‘High Lights’, ’30 Hours’, ‘Waves’, ‘Fade’ and ‘Wolves’, which features Sia and Vic Mensa.

The tracklisting also features an annotation from Kanye’s 18-year-old sister-in-law Kylie Jenner, who has written ‘Kylie was here’ at the bottom of the page. West first announced that he was working on a follow-up to Yezzus in November 2013.

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Originally the album was titled ‘So Help Me God’, but last May West announced it was now called Swish. In December he confirmed that Swish would be released on February 11th 2016. Speaking to Billboard over the weekend, West collaborator Travis Scott said the rapper wasn't sleeping or eating as he prepares for Swish’s release.

"I feel like it's going to be like a very good f---ing good album. This motherf---er is going all in on this album, not eating not’s crazy,” Scott said. “He’s just focusing on this album; he really wants this album to be like the illest.”

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Last week it was rumoured that West was planning a David Bowie tribute album, where he would record his own takes on songs such as ‘Ashes To Ashes’ and ‘Life on Mars’. When news of the tribute broke a petition immediately appeared online asking West to scrap the project and it quickly gained thousands of signatures.

But on Wednesday a rep for West told TMZ the rapper had ‘no plans to record a cover album’, so the internet could stop worrying. West did pay his respects to Bowie following his passing on January 10th, tweeting: ‘David Bowie was one of my most important inspirations, so fearless, so creative, he gave us magic for a lifetime.’