Kanye West has previewed a new song from his next album, Donda.
The legendary hip-hop track “The Fall Prevention Act” debuted in the Beats by Dre ad on Beats Studio Buds featuring athlete Sha’Carri Richardson.
The short clip was displayed during the NBA Finals match, and the lyrics include something like this:
“He did a miracle on me.”
The follow-up to 2019’s Jesus Is King, arriving on Friday (23.07.21), will also be released with a listening event at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, which will be livestreamed on Apple Music the night before the album.
The “Stronger” hit maker also removed all Instagram posts, leaving behind his series of snaps wearing ads and chains featuring full-face masks and children’s names. And Chicago, 3.
According to social media star Justin Laboy, Kanye has two poems and is estranged from his wife Kim Kardashian West, but over the weekend to himself and basketball player Kevin Durant. It is said that he played the next LP.
Justin tweeted. “Kanye played his new album for me and @ KDTrey5 in Las Vegas last night. Man listen! Productions are light-years earlier than that time, and Bar will sign again when he’s broken and hungry. It sounds like you’re planning to drop it right away, you have to push it back #Respectfully (sic) “
Internet personalities also dubbed the record as “this year’s album” and spilled fans listening to the LP this week.
“Kanye West’s album is really complete. When it’s released this week, you won’t hear anything else for a while. Enjoy all the current artists you’ve been listening to. God bless you! Respect Represents (sic) “
A Las Vegas listening party was also held, and fans shared photos of the venue using social media.
Kanye was planning to release “Donda” last year.
Named after 44-year-old rapper’s late mother, Donda West, the “Bound 2” hit maker claimed that the collection would be released on social media on July 24, 2020.
However, he later released another set of songs set to appear on the record. His recent track, “Wash Us In The Blood,” featuring Travis Scott, is no longer on the 12-track LP.