Kanye West apparently has a New Year's resolution and it involves keeping his mouth shut.

The 36-year-old rapper and fiance of Kim Kardashian has promised to stop saying things that could get him into trouble for "six months, at least" in the year 2014, Us Weekly reported.

West reportedly made the pledge during a Monday speech at his final Yeezus concert of the year in Toronto, Canada.

"Everything I'm saying that's not allowed, soak it in right now. This might be the last time y'all hear me talk sh-t for a long time," West reportedly told the crowd. "Might be another, like, six months. At least. You're just gonna have to run back the interviews and sh-t if you wanna hear some realness!"

West said he's channeling all his outburts because he wants to put that energy into his creative talents and expanding his career.   

"I'm gonna tell y'all right now: All of the ideas, the things they call rants... save those tapes and everything. Because I've decided to completely focus everything in 2014 on all the new ideas, all the creative outlets," West reportedly continued.

"I'm not gonna be the dude who has all the opportunities in the world and just focuses on the negative and complains about it... So I'm letting y'all know in this last Yeezus show that this is the last time you'll ever hear me say anything negative about anyone. Because you only get the energy that you put out into the world."

West specifically called out how he no longer wants to diss the Grammys or Nike, as he's expressed issues with them in recent months.

In addition to his art, West -- who proposed to the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star October 21 on her birthday -- added that he wants to focus on his family, which now includes a six-month-old daughter named North "Nori" West, according to Us.

"I feel like I really want to be expressive with my work, with my music," the rapper explained. "I want to be expressive with this opportunity I have with Adidas, and just go home to my family."