Last Night (June 21), Teyana Taylor hosted a listening party in Los Angeles to debut her second studio album, Keep That Same Energy KTSE).

The Kanye West-produced album was revealed as the fifth and final project from the G.O.O.D. leader’s Wyoming Sessions, which include Pusha T’s Daytona, Kanye’s ye, Kid Cudi and Kanye’s Kids See Ghost and Nas’ Nasir.

According to Kanye, he saved the best for last.

KTSE was streamed live on Twitter as the Harlem-bred entertainer explained the meaning behind her upcoming project.

As many of you know, one of Kanye’s best friends and long time collaborator, Virgil Abloh, held his runway debut yesterday (June 21) since being named the head of Louis Vuitton’s menswear division.  According to Ye’s wife, Kim Kardashian, the artiste put the finishing touches on Teyana’s album on the plane back to Los Angeles from Paris.

Taylor, 27, contributed to West’s My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, in 2010 before being signed to G.O.O.D Music the same year. Her debut album, VII, was released four years later in 2014.

Each project that was conceived from ‘Ye’s Wyoming Sessions were given the same livestream treatment as Teyana. If you caught the KTSE  livestream last night, you were able to peep the aesthetics of the listening session. It featured NYPD cop cars sealing off blocks similar scenes of the FADE to FIT owner’s hometown.

The month of June has been a victory lap for G.O.O.D Music and its artists.

In April, Yeezy promised to produce five G.O.O.D albums, and that he did. And now, it’s time for Teyana Taylor’s moment in the spotlight.

KTSE is expected to be available on all streaming platforms later today.