Kanye West teased his new album again over the weekend, and it appears that it won’t have any curse words on it.

What’s going on: West’s new album, called “Jesus is King,” was originally slated to drop on Sept. 27. It didn’t. West’s wife, Kim Kardashian West, teased that the album would drop on Sunday, Sept. 29. It didn’t. And as of this writing, the album has yet to appear anywhere commercially.

  • But West spent the last weekend playing and performing the unfinished album across three cities, including Detroit, Chicago and New York City. He has invited celebrities and and fans to watch his performances. At these events, he played songs from the album, offered commentary and sold merchandise.

No curses: And, according to The New York Times, the new album didn’t have any cursing. West nor his collaborators, which included Ty Dolla $ign, Pusha T and No Malice, avoided curse words and focused on religion.

Tracks: Tracks on the album include “On God,” “Water” and “Use This Gospel.” Other titles include “Selah:” and “New Body,” which had originally leaked online with secular and sexual lyrics and had been redone to include more religious and spiritual lyrics.

West’s words: “This has been an incredible journey,” West told the crowd at the event in New York City, according to The New York Times.

  • “By having the luxury of having an amazing choir around me every Sunday,” he continued, “I came to know the truth and the joy of Jesus Christ. This album has been made to be an expression of the gospel and to share the gospel and the truth of what Jesus has done to me. When I think of the goodness of Jesus and all that he does for me, my soul cries out.”

Why it matters: But the music may also point to principles for young people. Simon Boyle of The Sun called the album an “evangelical rant about the evils of the modern world — including the suggestion that it’s time for youngsters to put down Instagram.”