- Mega record label Def Jam Recordings has confirmed the official release date for Kanye West’s new album
- Kanye West will be dropping his 10th studio album on 23 July, titled Donda after his late mother Donda West
- The new project will come with all-star features that include Travis Scott, Lil Baby, Post Malone, Playboi Carti and Tyler The Creator
As Briefly News reported earlier this week, the album has been finished without prior confirmation from Kanye West that he was busy recording.
The iconic rapper’s last release was the Christian album Jesus Is King back in 2019. With the highly anticipated full-length project coming, Def Jam has confirmed the previous rumours that the music will drop on Friday 23 July 2021.
"Kanye West will be releasing his album DONDA 7/23."
Donda which is named after Kanye West's mother, Donda West, who passed away in 2007, will feature the likes of Travis Scott, Lil Baby, Post Malone, Playboi Carti and Tyler The Creator.
Kanye's fans were obviously excited about the new release.
"Every Ye album is so different yet so damn good! #AOTY No one can match his discography! Kanye is the Goat."
"This is the best Kanye West album rollout since Yeezus."
"Do you know how bad it is when most Kanye fans still don’t believe the album is actually dropping."
"This Kanye album is going to be immaculate."
"Something tells me this Kanye album gon go crazy."
Lil Durk on how he missed the opportunity to feature in Kanye West’s upcoming album 'Donda'
As Briefly News reported on Tuesday, Kanye West’s 10th studio album is less than a week away from hitting the streets.
Following the scoop dropped by Revolt TV’s Justin LaBoy on Twitter on Monday, he confirmed hearing a few songs from the project, Complex reported.
The same post reached Lil Durk’s timeline on the app, and the Chicago rapper commented to share his regret.
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