After Kanye West's grandiose concert at New York's Governors Ball Music Festival, now comes word that Yeezy will tour behind his polarizing new album, 'Yeezus.'

During an Ask Me Anything (AMA) chat on Reddit (spotted by Consequence of Sound), Mike Dean, a producer 'Ye worked with on 'Yeezus,' revealed that the rapper will embark on a new tour. However, he didn't provide specifics on when West will hit the road.

Understandably, Yeezy is a little busy right now with being a father to his newly-born baby girl.

In any case, it would be interesting to see how West will bring 'Yeezus' to life onstage.

Meanwhile, Billboard is reporting that 'Yeezus' is on track to sell 500,000 copies in its first week of release.

Holy Yeezus!

Dean has work with West on most of his previous albums, including 'My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy.' On 'Yeezus,' he produced tracks 'I Am a God' and 'Hold My Liquor,' which he says would sound great live.