Kanye West releases new album ‘Donda’, Reunites with JAY-Z

Kanye West debuted his new album Donda this evening at an occasion broadcast live from Atlanta. Planned to start at 8 p.m. Eastern, Kanye stepped out in Mercedes-Benz Stadium as music began playing at 9:50 p.m. Eastern. The album, which is expected for an official release tomorrow, features the below collaboration with JAY-Z—their first together since the two of them showed up on Drake’s 2016 song “Pop Style.” Pop Smoke, Travis Scott, Pusha T, Baby Keem, Lil Baby, Lil Durk, and all the more likewise show up on the collection. The occasion, which streamed live on Apple Music, has now finished.

JAY-Z showed up toward the end of the album for a refrain that Young Guru asserted was recorded today. “I told him to stop all that red cap, we going home,” Jay raps on the song. “This might be the return of the Throne. Hova and Yeezus, like Moses and Jesus.”

As the album played, Kanye performed at the focal point of the arena without a mic. After a first melody including the rehashed phrase “we’re gonna be OK,” a second track featured a prominent sample of Kanye’s late mother Donda West and an feature from Pusha T. The third melody included broad references to fashioner Junya Watanabe as Kanye referenced the current week’s large success by the Milwaukee Bucks.

The fifth song, which was presented with a Gwendolyn Brooks expressed word extract, seemed to include Travis Scott and Baby Keem. After a 6th melody where he sang about “losing my family,” the seventh track seemed to highlight Lil Baby. Lil Durk shows up on the collection (notwithstanding already saying he “missed the fly”), and there’s a visitor spot from the late Pop Smoke.

Kanye got the Donda lobby going recently, when he declared the listening occasion close by an Apple ad featuring new track “No Child Left Behind” (the fourteenth tune played at the occasion). Kim Kardashian, who sought legal separation from Kanye in February, was in participation at the Atlanta occasion this evening.

Kanye had initially scheduled Donda (some time ago additionally called Donda: With Child) for discharge in July 2020, before long delivering “Wash Us in the Blood” with Travis Scott. That declaration apparently covered another Kanye collection, charged as God’s Country. Eventually, none of them came out. Kanye rather dropped “Nah Nah Nah” and “Nah Nah Nah (Remix)”” before he set out on his bombed presidential campaign.

On the music front, Kanye had a moderately peaceful 2021. Jesus Is King won the 2021 Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Christian Music Album. He has since showed up on “Tell the Vision,” an after death joint effort with the late Pop Smoke from Faith, and delivered the Chicago couple Abstract Mindstate’s forthcoming album.