Last month, Kanye West put out his 10th studio album, “Donda.” That release came after a year of speculation, and three delays, from this past July-end of August. Three album listening parties were also held, with two in Atlanta and one in West’s hometown of Chicago.
Donda is viewed as one of the hottest projects of the year, as it initially debuted at number one, on the Billboard 200 chart. Now, it has just hit a mew milestone.
According to Chart Data, Donda is now certified gold by the RIAA, in the US. This is after selling over 500,000 units. Currently Donda is number four, on the Billboard 200.
Donda contained 27 tracks, with appearances from The Weeknd, Lil Baby, Jay Z, Fivio Foreign, Roddy Ricch, and more. DaBaby was a late addition, after Ye allegedly claimed that Universal blocked that collab. Over the weekend, Chris Brown was also removed from “New Again.” That came after CB dissed Ye, last month.