- US superstar Kanye West's listening party for Donda reportedly broke the Apple Music Global Livestream record
- The record was previously held by Jeezy and Gucci Mane's Verzuz rap battle, which had been viewed by 1.8 million viewers
- The All of the Lights hitmaker's listening session has hit 3.3 million views since it started showing last Thursday
Kanye West's recent listening event is breaking records. The superstar held a listening party for his highly-anticipated album Donda last Thursday, 22 July.
The All of the Lights hitmaker played some of the tracks that will be on the new project to a full crowd at the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Atlanta. It has been reported that most of the musician's fans livestreamed the event from the comfort of their homes via an Apple Music livestream.
Complex reports that according to TMZ, the event broke the Apple Music Global Livestream record. The publication revealed that 3.3 million people streamed the party. The new record surpassed the 1.8 million viewers who watched Jeezy and Gucci Mane's Verzuz rap battle.
Pitchcork confirmed with an unnamed representative that Kanye will drop Donda on 6 August. Social media users shared mixed reactions to the news.
Check out some of their comments below:
"@DIDI_MONSTER_ you can’t say Drake is better than Ye."
"...as the biggest waste of people's time & money of ALL TIME...!"
"I missed it!!"
Kanye West reunites with Jay-Z in new song
In related news, Briefly News reported that Kanye West and Jay-Z have finally dropped a new song together. According to reports, it looks like the two hip-hop moguls have patched up their rocky relationship. The new song is part of Kanye's highly-anticipated album, Donda. Many people went into a frenzy when they heard Jay-Z's verse in the song.
Kanye West held a listening event for Donda at Atlanta's Mercedes Benz Stadium on Thursday night, 22 July. The Dirt Off Your Shoulder hitmaker features on what seems to be the last track on the upcoming album.
According to Complex, Jay-Z even teased a possible sequel to their 2011 collaborative project, Watch the Throne. Music lovers took to Twitter to react a snippet of the song posted by tweep @davesaitama.
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Source: Briefly News