West is keen to finish the tour this year, claims a source.

The European leg of Kanye West’s Saint Pablo Tour was never confirmed, but after he canceled US dates in November following his hospitalization, it appeared to be off the cards.

However, E! now reports that The Life of Pablo artist could be taking his tour to the UK and Europe this year, citing a source that claims West “wants to finish the tour,” adding: “He loves his show, and he wants everyone in the world to see it.”

The source also revealed that he has “a few surprise projects” that’ll emerge over the course of the year.

Kanye told BBC Radio 1 back in August that he would be bringing the tour to Europe once he had finished up in the US. “Whenever I’m in London, whenever I’m in Paris or in Germany, I feel an amount of love, respect and appreciation more than when I’m in America,” he said.

In November, West was hospitalized “for his own health and safety”, with his representatives contacting promoters Live Nation to confirm the tour cancellation in December.

There has been no official confirmation from Kanye’s team as yet. FACT has reached out to Live Nation for comment.

Last week, it was revealed that the rapper – who back in November told a concert-hall of fans that he “would have voted for Trump”, if he had voted at all – didn’t get invited to perform at Trump’s inauguration because he’s not “typically and traditionally American,” enough.

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