While today (Aug. 30) marks the 10th anniversary of Kanye West’s Late Registration, the rapper will soon reflect on one of his more critically divisive efforts, 2008’s 808s & Heartbreak. West will play the pioneering album in its entirety during an upcoming concert in L.A.

As Consequence of Sound reports, a listing for West’s 808s concert has already been posted on Ticketmaster. The show will take place on Sept. 25 at the Hollywood Bowl, with a presale launching on Aug. 31 followed by a general sale on Sept. 4.

The album was a major departure from West’s previous three LPs, placing an emphasis on Auto-Tune, synths and a drum machine. It spurred the chart-topping hit, “Heartless” (listen below), plus singles “Love Lockdown,” “Amazing” and “Paranoid.”

West has yet to announce a release date and further details for his upcoming full-length, SWISH. Last month, however, the Yeezus artist debuted the Steve McQueen-directed music video for his new songs, “All Day” and “I Feel Like That,” at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

Kanye West -- 'Heartless' (Official Music Video)