Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign’s Vultures won’t be released on January 19th, maybe February 9th

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Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign’s Vultures won’t be released on January 19th, maybe February 9th

Vultures by Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign has a new release date, February 9th. But will it really come out?

The duo ¥$ has been postponing the album’s release for months now.

Vultures was originally scheduled to release on December 15th, then December 31st, then January 12th, but has been pushed to January 19th and now February 9th. It really seems like an odyssey, in perfect Kanye West style, but at this point one wonders: will this album ever be released? Who knows…

It seems that there were problems related to some samples, including the Backstreet Boys song, “Everybody”. And it also seems that another problem was linked to Nicki Minaj. In fact, the album should have included “New Body”, a song originally recorded in 2018, but it seems that the rapper did not give consent to publish it.

Another indication linked to Vultures comes from TMZ.

In fact, it seems that Kanye West recruited some cameramen to shoot a long apology video several weeks ago. The video would be 40 minutes long and should be released before the release of Vultures. In the clip, Ye apologizes for his anti-Semitic remarks.

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