Kanye West’s hotly anticipated studio collection, named after his late mother, “Donda” is at last out on Sunday, following quite a while of postponements and three significant listening party occasions.
However, the singer, songwriter, itself was not pleased and immediately let people know through his Instagram post that his music label, Universal Music Group, didn’t get his approval prior to taking such action.
“UNIVERSAL PUT MY ALBUM OUT WITHOUT MY APPROVAL AND THEY BLOCKED JAIL 2 FROM BEING ON THE ALBUM,” Kanye wrote in one of the solitary posts that show up on his page.
“Jail pt 2,” was not at first accessible when “Donda” dropped, but it is now included in it. The song features contributions by Marilyn Manson and DaBaby, who both attended the most recent “Donda” listening party.
In a now deleted Instagram post, it was explained one of the reasons why “Donda” has not yet been released and this is on the grounds that DaBaby’s group isn’t giving clearance for “Jail” to be incorporated.
Delegates for Universal didn’t promptly react to some media sources with respect to Kanye’s case. In the meantime, Variety cited a source from Universal who said Kanye’s allegation was “preposterous.”
Reactions to Universal Dropping "Donda" Without Kanye's Permission
shoutout to that universal employee who dropped donda without kanye’s approval 🙏🙏— meg ☔️ (@megfishtheory) August 30, 2021
i need to listen to donda before kanye sues universal and makes them take it down— sinéad🌻 (@gobblefunkerr) August 29, 2021
my opinion on whether or not it was right for universal to release donda without kanye’s approval depends on if Universal is fully vaccinated or not— samtré 🍝 (@samtre_) August 30, 2021
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