- 20 Jul 21
The Donda hype train is getting faster.
Kanye West is set to play more music from his upcoming album Donda according to rapper and president of G.O.O.D Music Pusha T, at a listening party this Thursday in Atlanta.
The acclaimed yet controversial hip hop artist was reportedly previewing his new material to friends and family last weekend, preparing to drop the follow-up to his ninth LP - 2019's Jesus is King.
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It's still unclear at this time if the 44-year-old Georgia native will return to his old style of music after delivering a full Christian rap offering on his last record.
This will also be the Louis Vuitton Don's first release since news broke of his divorce from Kim Kardashian and his failed attempt at running for US President in 2020.
Rumoured collaborators include Tyler, The Creator - fresh from dropping his rap-heavy new album Call Me If You Get Lost.
A video leaked of the two recording in a studio with what appears to be a tracklist on a whiteboard behind them. Other rumoured artists set to feature include Lil Baby, Pusha T, Griselda, Baby Keem and Travis Scott.
Donda was previously meant to be released in June last year but never arrived.
Named after his late mother, West's 10th studio album will apparently feature her speaking on at least one track of the piece.
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