Kanye Pulls DaBaby-Featuring ‘Nah Nah Nah’ From Streaming Services

As the wait continues for Kanye West’s new album, DONDA, canny observers have noted that Kanye’s 2020 single, ‘Nah Nah Nah’, is now missing from streaming services.

‘Nah Nah Nah’ came out in October 2020. DaBaby appeared on a remix of the single, along with 2 Chainz, which surfaced in November 2020. Now, both the remix and the original track are absent from streaming services. There is speculation this has to do with the recent controversy surrounding DaBaby. Though, Kanye’s never exactly shied away from problematic individuals. Plus, the song’s still on YouTube.

Either way, it’s something to chew on as the DONDA release date remains a mystery. DONDA, Kanye’s tenth studio album, was scheduled to arrive on Friday, 23rd July. Kanye then pushed the release date back to Friday, 6th August. It’s still not out, but Kanye has hosted two album streaming events in Atlanta’s Mercedes Benz Stadium, where he’s apparently also been living.

While he didn’t deliver DONDA, Kanye and Dr. Dre shared a teaser of their track ‘Glory’ over the weekend. It’ll soundtrack the new Beats by Dre ad, which features track star Sha’Carri Richardson.

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