Listen to the world premiere of the new Kanye West album at Pointe Orlando


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Praise Yeezus! Thanks to satellite technology and an IMAX theater near you, it's never been easier for Orlandoans to get swept up in the Yeezy season that's approachin'.

West just announced on Thursday, February 4 that he has once again enlisted the help of artist Vanessa Beecroft to orchestrate a listening party for the new album at Madison Square Garden for its world premiere. Rather than have fans miss out entirely, the rapper will live stream the show via satellite to theaters across the country.

Regal Cinemas Pointe Orlando 20 is the only theater in Orlando that will offer the YEEZY SEASON 3 experience on Thursday, Feb. 11 at 4:15 p.m.

Tickets can be purchased here.

Ticket packages range from $35-$518, and while they give all subscribers of Yeezus Christ a ticket and copy of album, there are different variations that also include a t-shirt, hoodie and/or jean jacket.

Since dropping "Facts" on New Year's Eve, West and collaborators have been busy working in the studio to put the finishing touches on what the rapper is calling "one of the greatest albums of all time."

The new album currently doesn't have a title. What was once So Help Me God, turned into Swish, then became Waves and is now nameless.

Listen to West's lastest single "No More Parties in LA" below.

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