Kanye West Has Turned In 'DONDA' to Streaming Services
DONDA could be hours away from release.
Kanye West has reportedly turned in the masters for his long-awaited album to streaming services. According to HITS Daily Double, it could arrive at DSPs either later today or tomorrow morning.
— HITS Daily Double (@HITSDD) August 27, 2021
Kanye’s manager Bu Thiam seemed to corroborate the report, writing “Delivered” on his Instagram Story.
— dondasplace (@dondasplace) August 27, 2021
Ye reportedly delivered the album to DSPs once before but immediately took it back.
The album was supposed to arrive July 23 before being pushed to Aug. 6. Fans believed it would drop following his listening event at Chicago’s Soldier Field last night, where he brought out his wife Kim Kardashian, DaBaby, and Marilyn Manson.
The latest iteration featured appearances from The Weeknd, Lil Baby, Playboi Carti, Don Toliver, Lil Durk, and DaBaby, who replaced JAY-Z on one song.
Earlier today, Drake announced a Sept. 3 release date for his album Certified Lover Boy. Amid their reignited feud, there were reports that Kanye was waiting to drop DONDA at the same time as CLB.