Artists Slam Kanye
Kanye “Ti-Da’s” newest release Donda is creating quite a stir among fans and other artists. There are a few artists who are exceptionally angry with Ye for leaving their features off of the highly anticipated and controversial album.
According to independent.co.uk , Soulja Boy took to social media to showcase his disgrace of the Good Life rapper. He labels Kanye a ‘coward’ after realizing his verse on Remote Control lacked his feature without notice. “Here’s my Remote Control, F*** Kanye”. “If he didn’t like the verse he should of said that don’t text me acting like u f*** wit it then secretly take it off,” he wrote in one tweet. “What kind of s*** is that I was working on my album too I don’t got time for this s***.” He posted a photo on Instagram a screenshot of a conversation between the two artists. “This n**** Kanye smh. Tell homie don’t hit my phone no more.”
However, according to independent.co.uk, fans ran to Ye’s rescue. A few fans took to twitter to agree with Kanye’s decision to remove the track. One of Ye’s fans tweeted, “That sh** is terrible, I see why Kanye took that off.”
Chris Brown, another popular feature artist and hitmaker lashes out at Kanye as well. Brown’s feature on “New Again” wasn’t included. Infuriated, he took to social media. The Yo artist tweeted, “Kanye a whole hoe”, adding, “Nah, he tweakin”.
Andre 3000 Collab
There is one artist Kanye is proud to have on an unreleased track. According to Hiphopdx.com , Andre 3000 is a big deal on one of Kanye’s mystery track, Life of the Party. Back in July at Ye’s private listening session, fans can hear Erykah Badu’s baby daddy on the track.
Kanye flew to Germany on September 1st for an interview where he plays the track for the second time. He speaks of an upcoming smaller music project and the construction of a new school in his childhood dwelling, Chicago. However, he mentions that the music will come after the school project.
Chart Data tweeted, “Donda, earned almost 100 million the first day of streams on the Global Spotify Chart, the biggest album debut of all time.”