Kanye West's Yeezus album is due out June 18, but he's yet to officially release a single from his highly anticipated record.
Instead, the rapper has debuted selections from his new material via building projections around the world and live performances, including Sunday night at the Governors Ball on New York's Randall's Island.
Per Complex, 'Ye performed new Yeezus material from three tracks, including one reportedly called "On Site."
"We ain't drop no single to radio. We ain't got no big NBA campaign or nothing like tha. S--t, we ain't even got no cover," Kanye told the crowd, as excerpted by MTV News. "We just made some real music."
"When I listen to radio, that ain't where I wanna be no more," he added. "And honestly, at this point I can give a f--k about selling a million records, as long as I put out an album y'all can rock to all summer."
We trust in Yeezy to give us just that.