Kanye West has yet to reveal a release date for Swish -- the newly adopted name of his forthcoming album, which he recently changed from So Help Me God. However, the Yeezus rapper visited his hometown last night (May 10) for a performance of the LP’s “All Day” during the Chicago Bulls-Cleveland Cavaliers playoff game.

West shocked fans with the surprise performance during a timeout in the first quarter, which you can see in the video up above. He also introduced the teams before tip-off. Unfortunately, West's new song wasn't able to give his team the momentum they needed, as they lost to the Cavs 86-84.

While official details surrounding Swish still remain somewhat elusive, we do know “All Day” will join other album tracks, “Wolves” and “Only One.” West also unveiled “Awesome,” a song about his wife Kim Kardashian, but it hasn’t been confirmed that it will appear on his upcoming full-length.

While we anxiously await West’s new album, his ex, Amber Rose, recently implied that his music was ghostwritten by rapper and producer Travi$ Scott. During a recent gig with Scott, one of West’s songs came on to which Rose said, “Stop playing n---s I used to f---. But wait, why don’t we play the n---s that wrote the songs for the other n---, Travi$ Scott.”

Scott then played his own song but looked visibly uncomfortable — which isn’t too surprising, considering he’s signed to West’s G.O.O.D. Music.

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