Kanye West has his new album ready

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It seems that Ye did it again and we just have to wait to hear it in full.

Last December 10 Yes was presented at the Liv Fest from Miami Florida. During her show, attendees were able to hear her greatest hits and, to everyone’s surprise, she revealed details of her next album. Until now it bears the name of Volturesand it is a collaborative work with guests such as James Blake and the debut of North West in the music. However, the name that stands out the most is TY Dolla $ing, because they will join forces under the name of ¥$.

Let’s remember that the last album of Kanye titled Wherewas kept secret until the day of its release, so it wouldn’t be strange if the same thing happened with Voltures.

Through Instagram, T.Y. I publish the tracklist of the new handwritten project. In this we can see topics such as “New Body”, which was leaked in 2018 before it was finished, and “Everybody” song where Kanye makes a sampling of the song that bears the same name performed by the Backstreet Boys.

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Everything seems to indicate that on Friday, December 15, we will have new music from Kanye and we can’t wait to hear the new stage like ¥$ next to Ty Dolla $ingWhether you love him or hate him, you cannot deny the enormous influence that Yes has in today’s culture and we want to hear it in full Voltures. Stay tuned for Indie Rocks! for any news and be the first to know.


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