Why hasn’t Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign’s Vultures been released?


Why hasn’t Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign’s Vultures been released?

Were you also waiting for Vultures by Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign? The album, which has changed its name in the meantime and is now titled Vultures Volume 1, has not been released. A little, knowing Ye vaguely, this was to be expected.

Meanwhile Ye and Ty have announced a new event taking place in Las Vegas this eveningthe cost of which is “only” $2,000, but participants will receive free album merchandise.

The album was removed from digital platforms within hours of release, but it is there, it exists and it is possible to pre-order it on the Yeezy website, in vinyl, CD and digital format. Merchandise also exists and can always be purchased on the Yeezy website.

But then why didn’t they publish it? Are they perhaps waiting for tonight’s rave to release it? Maybe, but there is also talk of a problem related to Nicki Minaj’s verse.

The rapper appears in the song New Body, which is actually from 2018, but it was never officially released and it seems that she did not give the green light to use her verse. Obviously without this consent the song cannot be published, nor the album.

Today there is also another news related to Ye: he is back on Instagram. After deactivating his account in April this year, he decided to return to Instagram.

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