Kanye West
Kanye West, pictured performing at the 2015 iHeartRadio Music Festival on Sept. 18 in Las Vegas, said the Feb. 11 premiere of his new album and Season 3 collection at Madison Square Garden is a "dream come true." Getty Images

We have already heard Kanye West's "Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy," and on Feb. 11, we will see the "Real Friends" rapper's dream come true. Kanye revealed on Twitter that two of his aspirations will take place at the Season 3 and new album premiere event next week at Madison Square Garden.

In a series of tweets Thursday, Kanye said that "it was always a dream" of his to both have a listening party and show his clothing collection at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The 38-year-old rapper then said that the dream will now play out next week, while tweeting out a link for people to buy tickets to the theaters that will be screening the event. His dream became a little sweeter when he shortly after learned that the Madison Square Garden show had sold out.

Kanye's wife, Kim Kardashian, 35, also took to Twitter to promote her husband's event. She said she's excited for Kanye and that the show is going to be "lit." You can see her tweets below.

The premiere event is going to be live-streamed in select theaters in 25 different countries. In addition to the Kanye debuting his new album, there will also be a performance by contemporary artist Vanessa Beecroft. Click here to find specific theaters and ticketing information.

Rumors are circulating that Kanye is going to change the name of his new album again. The "Stronger" rapper originally said the new album was going to be called "Swish," but he later changed it to "Waves." Kardashian recently posted a poll on Twitter asking fans what album title they preferred and the winning selection was a completely different title, "So Help Me God."

So far, there has been no official announcement on if the name of the album will be changed. The information for the Feb. 11 event says "The world premiere of the album in its entirety" and doesn't provide the name of the record.

Before you tune-in to the Season 3 premiere at Madison Square Garden, catch-up on everything we know about Kanye's new album here.