Kanye West’s 10th studio album, “Donda,” finally dropped on streaming services, on Sunday. This highly anticipated album featured three listening events over the past month, with two being in Atlanta, and the final one being in Ye’s hometown of Chicago, on August 26.
Donda contained very impressive collabs, such as with The Weeknd, Jay Z, The Lox, Ariana Grande, Lil Baby, Fivio Foreign, Vory, Travis Scott, and more. Ye went on to say that Universal Music Group blocked “Jail part 2,” featuring DaBaby, from appearing on the album.
That came after Ye claimed that DaBaby’s manager didn’t clear Baby’s verse for Donda. Now, the Charlotte rapper has taken to Twitter, to show that Jail part 2, is now on streaming outlets. He also posted a clip of him at the album listening event, from the 27th.
This record was first premiered on Thursday, as many thought that DaBaby replaced Jay Z. That wasn’t the case, as Jay appeared on the original Jail record.
As many know, DaBaby has been getting cancelled heavily on social media over the past month. This is due to him making ANTI-LGBTQ comments, and remarks against people with HIV/AIDS. Over 10 festivals have since removed him from their lineups, for this fall and winter.
Check out DaBaby celebrating being on Kanye West’s “Jail part 2” song, on Twitter, below.
Jail Pt. 2 OUT NOW pic.twitter.com/ASEuRThvAd
— DaBaby (@DaBabyDaBaby) August 30, 2021