Kanye West has reportedly pushed back the most anticipated album, ‘DONDA’. Fans expected the release of Kanye West’s 10th Studio album this week but it is said to release next month.
The Album was first announced by Kanye in 2019 and the album was named after West’s mother Donda West who died in 2007 at 58. On July 20, Kanye premiered a clip of his upcoming track “No Child Left Behind,” this commercial acted as the album confirmation for West’s Donda. But on July 23, host Justin Loboy mentioned that the “album of the year will be released Aug. 6,” and he said “Thanks for your patience.” Justin also added that Kanye wants to give his fans the best possible product without rushing anything. He loves y’all with all of his heart. God bless. #Donda #Respectfully” he wrote.
Kanye West hosted a listening party for fans at Atlanta Mercedes-Benz Stadium on July 22. He gave his fans the first glimpse at all the songs. It was live-streamed globally by Apple Music. As of now, there is no official information around the title of the song on Donda but West had previously shared a partial tracklist for the album on Instagram with titles such as ‘We Made It, Moon, Pure Souls. It is said that Kanye West’s Donda will be released on August 6 and West has yet to comment on the release date.