Today, Kanye West’s 10th studio album, “Donda,” was finally released. This project contains 26 tracks, with features from Lil Baby, The Weeknd, Jay Z, Ariana Grande, Playboi Carti, Travis Scott, and more.
DaBaby was also supposed to appear on the album, but didn’t. Jay Z appeared on “Jail” as many thought DaBaby replaced him. DaBaby was supposed to be on this record, but Kanye said how DaBaby’s manager wouldn’t clear his verse.
DaBaby was then supposed to appear on a part two for this song, but Universal Music Group didn’t let that happen, according to Kanye in a new Instagram post. Kanye also claimed how the label released Donda without his approval.
The DaBaby feature may have been rejected due to negative publicity. This is due to Baby’s anti HIV/AIDS and LGBTQ comments made, at Rolling Loud, last month.
As of now, Donda is on pace to become the number one album in the US. Every album in Ye’s career has reached number one, except for his 2004 debut album, “The College Dropout.”