Ye and Ty Dolla $ign’s new album will be released on December 15th


Ye and Ty Dolla $ign’s new album will be released on December 15th

After months of chatter, events more or less announced and then postponed and disappeared into thin air, it seems that Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign’s new album will be released on December 15th. Ye worked on the album in Italy and Saudi Arabia, and it seems that Vultures, whose title track has already been released, is on the way.

While at Art Basel in Miami, Ye revealed the album’s tracklist, which Ty also shared on Instagram.

The project consists of 17 tracks, which include “Vultures,” featuring Bump J and Lil Durk, and “New Body,” the long-awaited track by Ye, Ty and Nicki Minaj that has been announced since 2018 and was originally supposed to be included on Ye’s album, Yandhi.

Last night, Ye announced that the new album will be released on Friday 15 December, but anything can happen between now and Friday. After all, Ye doesn’t always keep her promises when it comes to album releases. He always delays things and takes a few weeks off to finish other things, so it’s not a given that the album will actually come out on Friday.

Confirmed guests on the album include Playboi Carti, Quavo, Future, Lil drunk, Charlie Wilson, Bump J, Ant Clemons and Young Thug.


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