In typical Kanye West fashion, the release of his 10th studio album, DONDA has been pushed back. Originally due to arrive on Friday, 23rd July, the album will now arrive on Friday, 6th August.
Now, he’s apparently set up a studio and living space in the stadium, where he intends to stay until he’s completed the album.
TMZ and Kanye’s collaborator Malik Yousef have confirmed he’s working towards the 6th August release date.
Justin Laboy also confirmed the news. He tweeted, “Kanye West will move the release date of DONDA to august 6th.
“Thanks for your patience. He wants to give his fans the best possible product without rushing anything.”
KANYE WEST WILL MOVE THE RELEASE DATE OF DONDA TO AUGUST 6TH. THANKS FOR YOUR PATIENCE HE WANTS TO GIVE HIS FANS THE BEST POSSIBLE PRODUCT WITHOUT RUSHING ANYTHING. HE LOVES YALL WITH ALL OF HIS HEART. GOD BLESS #DONDA #RESPECTFULLY
— Respectfully Justin (@JustinLaboy) July 24, 2021
Kanye’s stadium living situation has seemingly been confirmed by fan sightings of him during a soccer game at the stadium. Photos and videos have emerged of him wandering around the Atlanta United and Columbus Crew game.
— Photos Of Kanye West (@PhotosOfKanye) July 24, 2021
Kanye pulled up to the Atlanta United match
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) July 24, 2021
The DONDA livestream unveiled feature artists like JAY-Z, Travis Scott, Pusha T, Lil Baby, Lil Durk, and Pop Smoke.
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