Kanye West, a.k.a. Ye, has expanded his tenth studio album Donda to two hours and eleven minutes, up from the original one hour and forty-eight minutes. He sounded as if he wanted to say more.
An alternative version of “Life of the Party” featuring Andre 3000, a new verse by Young Thug, and a Kid Cudi collaboration are among the album’s highlights.
Kanye Drops Donda Deluxe
Via Sunday, Ye released the long-awaited Deluxe edition of Donda on streaming services (November 14th). The new version has been rumoured for a while, but in a recent interview with Drink Champs, the rapper confirmed the rumours.
He also teased the audience by playing a sample of one of the tracks. Apple Music improved Donda last month, fuelling rumours that a fresh release had been planned for quite some time.
What New Songs Are On Donda Deluxe?
The official release of “Life of the Party,” which was leaked by Drake during their Donda vs. Certified Lover Boy spat, is included on Donda’s album (Deluxe). Because to Andre 3000’s obscene verse, the original was allegedly deleted off the album’s first release. Despite this, the CD has no explicit songs.
Five new tracks are included in the Deluxe edition. ‘Up From the Ashes,’ ‘Remote Control Pt 2’, ‘Never Abandon Your Family,’ ‘Keep My Spirit Alive Pt 2’, and ‘Life of the Party’ are the titles of the songs.
The last track is a collaboration with André 3000, an Atlanta rapper and artist. “Life of the Party” is currently the only Donda song with a credited feature; the remainder of the album’s appearances are a guessing game, or a game of roulette, depending on your perspective. The new songs are accessible on Spotify, Tidal, and Apple Music, and are included in the Deluxe edition.
What Do Fans Think About The Version?
Following the album’s several delays earlier this summer, fans are ecstatic that the Deluxe version arrived without incident.