Posing on the cover of GQ Magazine, the Yeezus rapper stuffs his hands into his leather trousers as he wears his now ever present brown jacket.
Striking a steely gaze, Kanye smoulders in a deep V-neck T-shirt and gold chain wrapped around his neck.
The cover promises: 'Kanye West tells us how to grow up, survive a wedding, stay outrageous, and dress like a God.'
While the publication's website says that Kanye is a 'style god of epic proportions'.
Meanwhile, Kanye has been commended by a Los Angeles court for his commitment to both his anger management classes and community service mandated by a deal cut in his recent battery case stemming from an incident with videographer Daniel Ramos.
The Bound 2 singer, according to TMZ, has already completed 30 of his court ordered 240 hours of community service at a local technical college.
The gossip website claims his community service supervisor has recognised his progress and cited him for 'an excellent display of work'.
In addition Kanye is said to be 'performing excellently in his anger management courses, with nearly of half of his 24 sessions completed.