Kanye West finally put out his 10th studio album, “Donda,” last month. That came after delaying the release three times, while having three album listening events for it. Two were held in Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium, where he was living in for a bit. The final one took place, in his hometown of Chicago, at Soldier Field.
Donda went on to debut at number one, on the Billboard 200 chart. Currently, it is number four. It originally contained 27 tracks, with star-studded features from Lil Baby, Jay Z, The Weeknd, The Lox, Lil Durk, Kid Cudi, Roddy Ricch, and more.
Now, some more changes, have been made, to Donda. Initially, DaBaby wasn’t on “Jail Pt. 2,” but that changed, due to Kanye’s request for the Charlotte rapper to be on it. Now, on “New Again,” Chris Brown’s background vocals have been replaced, with Kanye and his Sunday Service choir. This comes after CB dissed Kanye last month, for supposedly not being on Donda.
Another artist was also replaced, which is KayCyy. KayCyy was initially on “Keep My Spirit Alive,” but now, it’s all Kanye on the vocals.