Kanye West

Kanye West debuts new album at private Las Vegas listening party

Kanye West looks set to release his first set of new music following his divorce from Kim Kardashian, after reportedly playing his upcoming album at a listening party. 

The “Stronger” rapper is said to have hosted a private preview of his new tracks at a star-studded bash in Las Vegas over the weekend, with photos of the large queues outside the venue posted online, reports Metro

A reported tracklist began circulating online and suggests that the album is still called “Donda”, named after his late mother Donda West. Song titles include “Hurricane”, “I Know God Breathed On This”, “24/You’re Gonna Be OK” and “No Child Left Behind”. 

It’s believed Kanye has collaborated with the likes of Travis Scott, Lil Baby, Playboi Carti, Post Malone and Griselda for the record. According to fan account Dondas Place, who attended the event, the album will also feature ‘interludes of Donda speaking throughout the album’. 

They also tweeted that Kanye will premiere his new music in a Beats Headphones advert that may run during the NBA Game 6. 

Donda, set to be Kanye’s 10th studio album, was first revealed in March 2020 when the rapper began recording the songs in Mexico. However, it’s thought to have been delayed due to the pandemic. 

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