Sweatshirt thinkpiece machine ("Sweatshirts are fucking important") Kanye West is set to premiere his brand new album, This Album Has Not Yet Been Officially Named Despite Having At Least Three Great Working Titles, next Thursday at Madison Square Garden as part of the rollout for Yeezy Season 3 runway show. But he can't do it alone—he's looking for at least 1,200 people who have what it takes to wear baggy clothing that makes you invisible.

As Spin pointed out, an email blast went out to select fans yesterday advertising the show’s need for 1,200 paid extras. You can see all the details here: "Yeezy Season 3 is launching a casting for up to 1200 paid extras to participate in the exclusive Yeezy Season 3 fashion show and premiere of Kanye West's upcoming album at Madison Square Garden on February 11th. Extras will be among the first in the world to hear the new album and meals will be provided. "

You'll have to go through two days of preparations (Long Island on Tuesday, MSG on Wednesday) before Thursday's event. "Extras will go through makeup & wardrobe and will be positioned throughout the floor of Madison Square Garden in a fully designed set. They will stand comfortably throughout the set and receive direction on their performance gestures." You'll get paid between $50-$80 for each day, and the satisfaction of playing a small part in Kanye's waking dream.

If you want to get a better idea of what you might be in for, check out Mashable's recap of going to a Kanye casting call last week. Sure, the writer stood in a line with other eligible modelers that "was one of the most diverse and beautiful I'd ever seen." But he also had to take off all his clothes, which he described as an excruciating nightmare.

In other Kanye news, he may or may not be holding seances with Robert Kardashian, but he almost certainly is watching The People Vs OJ Simpson.