Kanye West has finally released his new album “Donda” to streaming services this Sunday morning. After the long anticipation of five weeks, four official listening sessions and millions of spectators of speculation from the media.
It is still ambiguous when the album was the actual timing of the post. A press release revealed the launch of the album which was from West’s label, Def Jam at 7:15 a.m. CT. The album’s arrival time occurs simultaneously as per West’s church-like “Sunday Service” pattern seen in recent years.
The two-hour-long album in its released version has changed drastically over the course as one was in Las Vegas, two in Atlanta on July 23 and August 6, and last Thursday in Chicago in completely different running arrangements of the song selections and featured vocalists.
The album manifested Jay-Z, the Weeknd, Travis Scott, Young Thug, Pusha T, the late Pop Smoke, Baby Keem, Jay Electronica, Kid Cudi, The Lox, and many others on various events.
However, the third and most recent event featured Jay-Z’s verses on “Jail” which got replaced by varied verses by DaBaby which caused an online outrage.
Numerous other outstanding verses were dropped while the released version reinforced Jay-Z’s appearance and along with popular, previously discarded lyrics by Kid Cudi and the Lox.