Kanye West's now-untitled fifth studio album has been pushed from its' tentative September 14 release date to October 12.

The album -- previously titled 'Good Ass Job' -- was hit with the September 14 date back in May, thanks to information from insider sources. But now, HipHopDX reports that there has been a delay.

The LP was scheduled to hit stores in conjunction with new releases from several of Kanye's G.O.O.D. Music signees--Kid Cudi, Big Sean and Consequence--but 'G.O.O.D. Music Day' has officially been scrapped. So far, Cudi's album 'Man On The Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager,' has been pushed back to October 26, while Big Sean's 'Finally Famous' still remains on schedule for September 14.

West gave the first televised performance of his latest single, 'Power,' at the BET Awards on June 27, and most recently he performed the track at the SINGfest Music Festival in Singapore, on August 3. Via Twitter, Ye revealed that he was still debating the album's title. "The album is no longer called 'Good Ass Job,'" West wrote last week. "I'm bouncing a couple of titles around now."