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Kanye West Finally Releases Long-Awaited 10th Album 'Donda'

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Kanye West Finally Releases Long-Awaited 10th Album 'Donda'

Kanye West has finally released his much-awaited album Donda on streaming platforms.

The album, West's 10th full-length record, has been delayed on several occasions, creating much excitement and clamour amongst his fans eager to hear it.

The news was announced by 'Ye's manager Bu Thiam on Instagram, who shared a picture of the album name and the first track, entitled 'Donda Chant'.

Credit: Instagram
Credit: Instagram

The album contains a whopping 27 tracks in total, and runs for one hour and 48 minutes.

West's team had previously stated that the release of the album was being held up by the management of fellow rapper DaBaby, who had refused to give clearance for the song 'Jail' to be included, as it features a verse by the 'Can't Stop' musician.

Thiam said: "We won't be able to Upload unless we take him off."

However, West then said that he was 'not taking my brother off [the album]."


He added: "He [DaBaby] was the only person who said he would vote for me in public".

West went on: "So the album is not coming out,

"God gotta bigger plan."

Well, it would appear that the plan came to fruition today, which will no doubt delight West's fans around the globe.

Credit: PA
Credit: PA

Elsewhere, Kanye is still locked in an ongoing feud with Canadian rapper Drake.

The pair have traded barbs lyrically for years, and things escalated again recently when West seemed to disclose Drake's home address in Toronto.

Following that, Drake released a video of himself driving around whilst laughing hysterically, which many have assumed was a response to West's posts that featured the swanky Toronto house.


Then, fans of Drake reportedly 'vandalised' West's childhood home in Chicago.

Three signs appeared outside of the property, one advertising Drake's new album Certified Lover Boy, another criticising Justin LaBoy, who has been promoting Donda.

Credit: Twitter
Credit: Twitter

The third reads '45 44 Burnt Out' which references a recent song by Drake in which he appeared to criticise West.


To be fair, as vandalism attempts go, it seems fairly tame.

The signs were just written on paper and stood up on the steps, so there's been no lasting damage.

West has also released texts from a group chat in which he appears to have addressed the beef.

He wrote: "I live for this. I've been fucked with by nerd ass jock n****s like you my whole life. You will never recover. I promise you."

Clearly, we've not heard the last of that beef yet.

Featured Image Credit: PA

Topics: Kanye West, Celebrity, Music, US Entertainment

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