Kanye West is a polarising individual. Personally I've come full circle and think Yeezus is a great record and admire the rapper's anger and keen sense of disgust, but it's fair to say he has as many detractors as admirers.
One of them made loser.com redirect to his Wikipedia entry this week, presumably a Beck reference as Loser is his most famous song.
Jerk.com and Plum.com still show pretty dated websites though if anyone fancies a buy-out.
In the face of fresh criticism following his second award ceremony stage storm last month, Yeezy announced the name of his new album yesterday.
There is no release date for 'So Help Me God' yet, which he claims will feature "music that just feels good".
"My last album was a protest of music," he said. "This album’s just embracing the music, embracing joy, and just being of service to the people."
The album is part of a new positivity kick he seems to be on, having recently made a public apology to Beck.
Any interview with Kanye West is going to throw up a few clangers, right? However, his latest face-to-face with BBC Radio 1's Zane Lowe, was less rambling and angry than usual, and much more sane and revealing than you might expect. Here are eight things we learned about the rapper from the chat...