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Polls: What should Kanye West name his new album? Find the answer in his Twitter feed

kanye westHas Ye already Tweeted his new album title? (AP Photo/Evan Agostini)

By Allison Stewart

As you might have heard, Kanye West has finally joined Twitter and is unleashing 140-character pronouncements with a fury. The terminally logorrheic rapper (whose account has over 300,000 followers! After two days!) has already issued an endless series of tweets about his private jet (too small), how he likes his salmon (medium), the perils of dating models (they come with tiny dogs) and the pleasures of vintage Hermes travel bags (he's right -- they are really nice).

@Kanyewest's most newsworthy tweet came Wednesday in reference to his upcoming September disc: "The album is no longer called 'Good Ass Job' I'm bouncing a couple of titles around now."

Unbeknownst to him, the answer might be hidden in his Twitter feed. Click Track singled out a few tweets that could double as potential album titles. Vote for your favorite below. And yes, all of these are real:

By Allison Stewart  |  July 30, 2010; 12:00 PM ET
Categories:  Polls  | Tags: Kanye West  
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