Kanye West has announced that his new album DONDA, which is named in tribute to his late mother, is set to arrive at the end of this week.
The news of the new record comes after West tweeted and deleted a 20-song tracklist on Saturday. However, the rapper has now taken to social media to share a new tracklist for his upcoming project. The record is Kanye’s latest effort since 2019’s Jesus Is King which was welcomed by mixed reviews.
To coincide with new material, West is currently on the campaign trail to become president of the United States. Having held his first presidential rally in Charleston over the weekend, a chaotic event which saw the rapper discuss theology, homelessness, corporate power, and have a long debate with an audience member about abortion.
He then revealed that he hopes to have Jay-Z as his vice presidential running mate before explaining that they hadn’t been in contact for almost a decade, telling interviewer Kris Kaylin: “Man, you know I ain’t talked to my brother in thousands, or like, nine years or something like that. And the fact we ain’t talked in so long, that’s how you know we’re real brothers. Because unfaithful ones can be mad at you and still pull up cos they getting the cheque.”