And on the fourth day, Yeezus walked onto the Internet. Kanye West's sixth studio solo album has officially leaked onto the Internet, preceding its June 18 release. The 10-track project titledYeezus
is here, and it is good. But that's not all for Dallas rap fans. West has announced a new installment of projections over various buildings throughout America will be taking place tonight. After being left off the list for the projected video debut for "New Slaves" a few weeks back, Dallas has been invited to the party this time around. There will be five screenings, each slotted for a half hour, of a yet-to-be-announced visual.
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Dallas is slated for five 30-minute screenings tonight at Union Station, Majestic Theatre, Union House, Double-Wide and Esplanade Place. Other cities have had issues with police intervention during the "New Slaves" premiere, shutting down some screenings altogether. It is strongly advised to arrive early, and to act like you have some home training. It's hard to tell at this point how the DPD will respond to West's particular brand of guerrilla marketing, but let's not let one jackass ruin this for all of us.
DC9 will be hitting as many screenings as possible and keeping you updated on Twitter.
Union Station - 9:30 to 10 p.m. - On Houston, between Wood and Young Majestic Theatre - 10:30 to 11 p.m. - 1925 Elm St. #500 Doublewide - 11:30 p.m. to 2 a.m. - 3510 Commerce St. Esplanade Place - 1:30 to 2 a.m. - On Perry Avenue, between Washington and 1st Union House - 12:30 to 1 a.m. - Elm Street and North Good Latimer Expressway