Kanye West's Album 'Jesus Is King' Reportedly Delayed Over Christian Content

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Rapper Kanye West's much-anticipated album Jesus Is King, originally slated for release Friday, has hit a bump in the road—and it might be because of the record's overtly Christian content.

West's wife, reality TV star Kim Kardashian, announced the set list for the album in a tweet posted in late August.

According to a report from Hits Daily Double, a group of executives with Def Jam Recordings recently traveled to West's occasional Wyoming home, where—as Variety characterized it—they may have voiced concerns about an album full of Christian-themed songs from West, who is the label's "biggest star."

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