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Kanye West unveils three-part release for 'Vultures' album

'Vultures' marks Kanye West's first complete album since the 2021 release of 'Donda'

Syeda Waniya

Kanye West unveils three-part release for 'Vultures' album

'Vultures' marks Kanye West's first complete album since the 2021 release of 'Donda'

Kanye West unveils three-part release for Vultures album
Kanye West unveils three-part release for 'Vultures' album

Kanye West has unveiled a unique rollout plan for his much-anticipated album, Vultures, created in collaboration with R&B artist Ty Dolla $ign. 

Breaking from tradition, the album will be released in three volumes, with the first part hitting the music scene on February 9, followed by subsequent volumes on March 8 and April 5. 

The Instagram announcement, accompanied by a captivating video trailer featuring burning houses and mysterious figures, provides a glimpse into West's creative vision.

Originally scheduled for release on January 12, Vultures faced delays and garnered attention due to controversial lyrics, including antisemitic remarks in the title track.

A preview of the album during a live-streamed session in Miami showcased collaborations with artists like Kodak Black, Playboi Carti, Chris Brown, and Freddie Gibbs. Notably, Nicki Minaj, featured on New Body, publicly expressed her disapproval of the song's release.

Vultures marks Kanye West's first complete album since the 2021 release of Donda, which received a Grammy nomination for Album of the Year. 

The artist also teased Donda 2, an unreleased project available exclusively on his Stem music player.

Fans in the comments section expressed their pride excitement.

With one stating, "I mean it's art and Kanye is creative genius," while another commented, "oh myy we're so back!!"

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