Kanye West has finally delivered his 10th studio album, “Donda.” This comes after being delayed three times, as Ye had three listening events for them. Two went down in Atlanta, and the final one took place in his hometown of Chicago a few days ago.
The final project on streaming services contains 26 tracks, with appearances from Lil Baby, The Weeknd, Jay Z, Travis Scott, Baby Keem, and more. The release of Donda has been a long time coming, as it was initially supposed to be released in late July of 2020.
With the release of Donda, Kanye is also on pace to make history again. According to Chart Data, he could break the record for most number one albums debuted on the Billboard 200 chart, in this century. A lot of hype was definitely generated throughout the past month, with the album listening events, as this is Ye’s first album since 2019’s gospel-inspired “Jesus Is King” album.
Ye took home a Grammy this past March, for his Jesus Is King album, which earned the award for Best Contemporary Christian Music Album. Now, Donda appears to be a strong contender to earn him another piece of that hardware as well.