Fans obsessed with Andre’s verse on Kanye West’s luxury album ‘Donda’

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Kanye West has released the Deluxe Edition of Donda Sunday evening (November 14) with fresh tracks with artists Andre 3000, Young Thug and Kid Cudi.

The most talked about track is “Life of the Party,” which initially sparked controversy when the song first leaked.

Much to Andre’s chagrin, the song crept into West and Drake’s ongoing beef, which was recently crushed in a short video posted to Instagram with West and J Prince.

The “Life of the Party” would be the only explicit song featured on the entire project. The official Spotify version of the new deluxe version features a series of beeps, indicating that West edited the profanity of this version of the album. On Apple Music, there is always an explicit version of the song available for streaming.

Fans are happy to hear Andre 3000’s new heat, remembering how he consistently contributes to the fire features when he agrees. People failed to hear his spiritual analogies, effortless flow, and melodic raps.

Along with the Andre 3000 feature that got the timeline excited, a few other songs were added to the project. “Up From The Ashes”, “Never Give Up Your Family”, “Keep My Spirit Alive Pt. 2” and “Remote Control 2”. West’s respect for Andre 3000 is evident as he is the only artist to have any credit listed as a contributor.

Unlike most deluxe editions, which add new songs to the end of the original tracklist, West decided to interleave the new songs in the original tracklist, moving several tracks from the end. forward.

that of Kanye West Donda the deluxe version is available to stream on all platforms.

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