Can I listen to Kanye West’s new album Donda yet?

ANOTHER day, another Donda delay.

Fans are on the edge of their seat waiting for the release of Kanye West’s latest album and can’t wait to listen to it.


Kanye West fans are waiting for him to drop Donda – but he has delayed it multiple timesCredit: Getty Images – Getty

Can I listen to Kanye West’s new album Donda?

Fans have spent the summer of 2021 waiting for the hotly-anticipated release of Kanye West’s Donda album.

So far he has held THREE listening parties which were streamed live on Apple Music.

However, you can’t listen to the album in its final form just yet.

The album has been delayed multiple times, much to the annoyance of Yeezy fans.

Kanye has so far held THREE listening parties


Kanye has so far held THREE listening partiesCredit: The Mega Agency

Why does Kanye West keep delaying his album release?

It’s not known why Kanye keeps delaying the album, but he is notorious for doing it.

In the meantime it has been revealed the rapper is “raking in the MILLIONS” as he continues to delay his Donda.

The rapper incited fury in fans when he launched a $200 Donda stem player while still delaying the actual album drop.

Yeezy has secretly been raking in the dough while holding out on releasing his 10th studio LP.

According to¬†Billboard, the musician’s “ticketed in-person and live-streamed listening parties” have been rolling in the cash, offering an explanation for the setback.

Read more on Kanye West’s new album release here…

When will Kanye West drop Donda?

Named after Kanye’s late mother, who died in 2007, Donda was slated to drop July 23, 2021 but has yet to arrive.

The album has so far been postponed numerous times but was slated to drop TODAY (August 27, 2021) – however this hasn’t happened.

The rapper is notorious for dropping music on his own schedule and for repeatedly missing release dates.

One previously announced album, Yandhi, was delayed multiple times in 2018 and ultimately was never released at all.

Donda also marks West’s first full-length album of new material since 2019’s Jesus Is King, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart.

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