Fans demanded Barack Obama tell Kanye to release his new album


The last time Kanye West released an album was 2013, and his fans are just not willing to wait any longer to hear the star’s latest work.

Over the last year the father of one has kept his listeners pining for some new songs by teasing them with two singles Only One and Four Five Seconds.

Yeezus was a huge success that shot to the number one spot around the world after its release.

Naturally, his fans are very excited for Kanye’s next musical venture. So much so that one fan started a White House petition which demanded Barack Obama force his album to be released early.

In a short space of time the petition had managed to gather together tens of thousands of signatures.

The petition for the new album, Swish, read:

"Kanye West has kept us thirsty for too long. We haven’t gotten any new singles in months.

The President should order Ye to drop the album on the date August, 21st as his producer Mike Dean has been teasing people about."

Unfortunately for Kanye super fans, the petition was taken down after it was found to be violating the terms of participation.

If it had managed to reach the coveted 100,000 signatures necessary to be brought before Obama and his administration, we can only imagine what Kanye would have to say about it.

Maybe he would appreciate the chance to get to chat with Barack about his latest issue.

Reportedly Kanye wants a no-flying zone to be applied to the area surrounding his house. Apparently he wants his Hidden Hills property to become a no-fly zone in order to protect wife Kim and daughter North’s privacy.