Why is Kanye West's 10th Studio album called “Donda”, what does “Donda” mean?
Donda is the name of Kanye West's late mother. Kanye's mom was a teacher and chairwoman of Chicago State University's English department which made Kanye spend a year in China as a kid. His mother has been with him since the start of his career and they shared a very special bond which is why his 10th studio album is dedicated to her.
Donda is the name of Kanye West's mother, Donda West.
Donda is the title of Kanye West's 10th Studio album dedicated to his mother, Donda West.
Donda is also a creative company founded by Kanye West.
Donda West passed away in 2007 after post-surgery complications. Her death started a new legislation from then the Governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Donda West's Law, requires those undergoing elective cosmetic surgery to have a medical examination first.
In July of 2020, Kanye previewed one of the songs on Donda, which featured his mother Donda West rapping a verse from KRS1's “Sound of Da Police”.
Kanye West held the listening party at the Mercedes-Benz stadium in Atlanta on July 23rd, 2021 in front of 60,000 fans.
Donda is also a creative company named after his mother in which is founded by Kanye West himself.
The term “Donda'” has been used by Kanye West, Rick Ross, Saweetie, OG MACO, Doctur Dot, Mase, and many more rappers.
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