Ye is releasing the deluxe version of his 10th studio album, DONDA.
Sunday Night, Kanye released a deluxe edition for DONDA. The updated version of the album includes five additional tracks totaling 32 tracks at 2h 11min.
Including the release of his André 3000 assisted “Party life”. Initially, the song was shared as a feature. It then went unreleased at the behest of rapper “Sorry Miss Jackson” after Ye’s decision to keep the album clean.
Now, the explicit version of the song appears on the luxury album alongside “Up From the Ashes” and “Never Abandon Your Family”.
In addition to the functionality of Three Stacks, the latest version of DONDA also has Kid Cudi hopping on “Remote Control Pt. 2” and KayCyy on “Keep My Spirit Alive Pt. 2.”
We all knew it was possible that the version released in August of DONDA may not necessarily have been the final version. In 2016, West continued to remix and re-record production material from his Pablo’s life album for several weeks after its publication on streaming services. According to reports, the TLOP the album has changed over 136 times.
Other changes West has made since the release of DONDA in August include the legal change of his name to Ye, the opening of Donda Academy, a prep school in Southern California with a strong focus on basketball.
Amid reports of his wife Kim Kardashian West’s divorce, Ye still had time to try to make peace with Drake ending their nearly half-decade feud.
Listen to the deluxe version of DONDA below.
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