As the tension and excitement builds in the months leading up to the release of Kanye West’s still untitled 5th album, Kanye West is “all about the fans” and will be releasing a new song every week until Christmas.

Kanye, who tweeted the announcement Sunday night (August 22nd), stressed the importance of giving back to the fans.

He also let the fans know how hard he has been working to ensure that his label, G.O.O.D Music, puts out a quality product.

“I know y’all need the music so I’m dropping 1 new song every weekend until Xmas. It may be my song, it may be a new Jay song, etc,” Kanye tweeted.

A minute later the Chicago based MC/Producer coined the impromptu releases as “Good Fridays”.

“I’m calling it good Fridays. Yall know every Friday yall gone have a new joint from our family. We look at the game completely different now,” Mr. West added. “It’s about the fans. No more holding back. That’s why I dropped see me now… It wasn’t about me it was about the Summer the BBQs etc.”

Kanye then talked about what he’s been working on as of late and let the fans know about his dedication to his music and the art he creates.

He is working on projects for Pusha T, Raekwon, Mos Def, Swizz Beatz and Pharrell Williams.

“Swizz looked at me the other night and said man are you getting sleep and I told him I can’t sleep… My people need this new music,” Kanye recalled. “Yall make all the hard work worth it…. We been up to 5 am every night working on everything Pusha, Rakwon, Mos, Swizz, Skateboard etc. “

Additionally, Kanye is in the process of creating a movie that will go along with the much anticipated album he has been working on in seclusion.

“In Prague organizing the movie based around the album… I just wanna thank everybody for the overwhelming response to the Power remix!,“ he tweeted.

Kanye West will perform at this year’s MTV Video Music Awards, which air live September 12 at 9 p.m. The appearance marks his VMA return after a notorious onstage interruption during Taylor Swift’s acceptance speech for her VMA Award.