Kanye West finally dropped the highly anticipated on Sunday, August 29.

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The rapper’s 10th album — available now on all streaming services — features 27 tracks: “Donda Chant”, “Jail”, “God Breathed”, “Off The Grid”, “Hurricane”, “Praise God”, “Jonah”, “Ok Ok”, “Junya”, “Believe What I Say”, “24”, “Remote Control”, “Moon”, “Heaven and Hell”, “Donda”, “Keep My Spirit Alive”, “Jesus Lord”, “New Again”, “Tell The Vision”, “Lord I Need You”, “Pure Soul”, “Come to Life”, “No Child Left Behind”, “Ok Ok pt 2”, “Junya pt 2” and “Jesus Lord pt 2”.

One song titled “Jail pt 2” appears to be unavailable.

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Hours before dropping the album, took to Instagram to share screenshots of a conversation with a person from his team who advised, “On another Note, DaBaby manager isn’t clearing ‘Jail’ So we won’t be able to Upload unless we take him off What’s ur thoughts?” to which West responded, “Why he won’t clear jail”.

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In another screengrab posted on Instagram, West shares parts of a conversation in which he informed someone — who appears to be DaBaby — “So the album is not coming out Did you know about this?”

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“Hell nah I ain’t know Ima hit ’em now,” the person answers. West responds, “Yo manager cap They tried to stop you from coming in The people next to you trying to destroy you But God gotta bigger plan”, to which the recipient agrees, “A plan that can’t be stopped!!”

As OK! previously reported, West raised eyebrows after he brought out Marilyn Manson and DaBaby during his August 26 album listening party at Chicago’s Soldier Field.

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Manson, 52, has been accused of sexual assault by multiple women, and DaBaby, 29, has come under fire for making a series of homophobic comments during his performance at Rolling Loud music festival. (Manson is credited as a writer on “Jail”).

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Meanwhile, “Hurricane” appears to touch on West’s rocky relationship with estranged wife Kim Kardashian — and may or may not touch on his brief alleged fling with Irina Shayk: “Here I go, actin’ too rich, here I go, with a new chick/And I know what the truth is, still playin’ after two kids/It’s a lot to digest when your life always movin’/Architectural Digest, but I needed home improvement/Sixty-million-dollar home, never went home to it … Heated by the rumors, read into it too much/Fiendin’ for some true love, ask Kim, “What did you love?”/Hard to find what the truth is but the truth was that the truth suck/Always seem to do stuff, but this time it was too much.”

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The melancholy “Come to Life” appears to address sadness engulfing West as he sings, “I don’t wanna die alone/I get mad when she gone/Mad when she home/Sad when she gone.”

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The release of Donda — which features guest appearances from The Weeknd, Pusha T, Travis Scott, Kid Cudi, Lil Baby, Jay Electronica, the Lox, Young Thug, and the late Pop Smoke — had previously been delayed several times. However, it seems to have been worth the wait: Hours after the album’s release, Donda had already reached #1 on iTunes.



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