On Sunday, the crowd’s wait was finally over. But Kanye West says the album was released without his permission.
After a long wait and many delays, Kanye West’s latest album, “Donda,” has been found on streaming services like Spotify.
On Sunday evening, West temporarily wrote on Instagram that the album was released without his permission.
“Universal released my album without consent, and they banned ‘Jail 2’ from appearing on the album,” the post read.
It is not clear if this is a PR ploy from the West. Universal has not yet commented on the case.
“Jail 2” is a reference to the song “Jail, Pt. 2” which could not be played earlier on Sunday on Spotify.
On Sunday evening, the song is temporarily available, after several reactions he mentioned, among other things Sixth page.
The album contains 27 songs, and the playback time is 1 hour and 48 minutes.
The album features a number of other popular artists such as DaBaby, The Weeknd, Jay Electronica, Travis Scott and Young Thug.
West has recently done several listening performances of the new album, which has received a lot of attention all over the world.
On Saturday, she made headlines when Kim Kardashian West shared behind-the-scenes photos from the show wearing what looks like a wedding dress.
The album “Donda” is named after West’s mother, Donda West, who died suddenly after one operation in 2007.
The world-famous rapper has repeatedly spoken of his close ties to his mother, who raised him alone after his father left the family when West was only three years old.
His mother was also the inspiration for the song “Ya Mama” from the album Late registration.
“Donda” will be West’s tenth studio album, and the last project since the album “Jesus is king”released in 2019.
Watch the video: This week Kanye West threw another listening party for the upcoming album DONDA.
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