Six months after launching DONDA, Kanye West has released a sequel. 11 during the DONDA Experience Performance at LoanDepot Park in Miami tonight. Like his previous event at Chicago’s Soldier Field in August, Ye once again erected a replica of his childhood home in the middle of the stadium, where special guests will attend.
DONDA 2 LOANDEPOT PARK MIAMI pic.twitter.com/4RKqCCGrHO
— Donda’s Place (@dondas__place) February 21, 2022
Also yesterday it launched a new DONDA 2 merch collection designed with Balenciaga, which includes hoodies, tees and snow masks. Watch the DONDA Experience Performance live stream below.
Kanye West Reveals DONDA 2 Track List
2. “Lift Me Up”
3. “Get Lost”
5. “True Love”
6. “Keep It Burnin’”
7. “Broken Road”
8. “I’m Finna Love Me”
10. “We Did It Kid”
14. “Mr. Miyagi”
16. “First Time”
17. “Louie Bags”
19. “Closed for Business”
20. “Do I Look Happy?”
21. “Things Change”
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Kanye West Could Face Charges For Allegedly Punching Fan
Kanye West could be charged for allegedly assaulting a fan outside a Los Angeles nightclub in January, according to a report. Law enforcement sources told TMZ that police have almost completed their investigation into the incident, which included paparazzi videos and witness statements. West never spoke to police, blaming a busy schedule, outlet reported.
TMZ said the DA would have three options: file charges, dismiss the case, or call a meeting of all parties to negotiate the terms of the settlement.
Kanye West Says He Turned Down $100 Millon Apple Deal
Kanye West sees his art above money. On Friday, billionaire Kanye West announced he was turning down a reported $100 million deal with Apple. He made the move for his new album DONDA 2, which will not be released on streaming services on Tuesday.
“After 10 albums, under 10 contracts. I turned down a hundred million dollars worth of Apple deals,” he wrote in an Instagram post. “No one can pay me to disrespect me. We set our own price for our art.”
He opposed streaming platforms because it devalued music.
“Tech companies have made music practically free, so you don’t eat merch sneakers and tours,” he continued.
“Jay Z did Tidal and the fake media attacked him. In the words of my brother. Come and get me. I’m ready to die standing up because I don’t live on my knees anymore. God bless me.”