Kanye is releasing ‘Donda 2' on February 22
Kanye West is getting to release his eleventh studio album, Donda 2, next week Tuesday (Feb. 22) and now he shares the tracklist. On Friday (Feb. 18), Ye revealed a 22-song tracklist with record titles like “SECURITY,” “LIFT ME UP,” and “GET LOST.”
The features are yet to reveal, as well as the 22nd track, but the rapper did add “SELFISH” at the bottom of the list, outside the numbering. Perhaps he's having second thoughts about whether to include the song or not.
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The Hip-hop mogul also confirmed that the project won't be on streaming platforms, but on his own music outlet, Stem Player. The outlet can be accessed at stemplayer.com.
“Donda 2 will only be streaming on my own platform, the stem player. You can download new music from stemplayer.com,” he wrote on Instagram. “You can play 4 different elements of the track: vocals, drums, bass and music. It also has a MP3 player available. We currently have 67,000 available and are making 3,000 a day.”
Ye went on to reveal that putting his album on his own platform gives him the same feeling as when he first moved to New York to launch his career. He further referenced Jay Z and his streaming company, Tidal, and how the “fake media” reacted towards the venture.
“Jay Z made Tidal and fake media attacked him,” he continued. “Well in the words of my big brother. Come and get me. I'm willing to die standing cause I ain't living on my knees no more. God please cover me. I run this company 100% I don't have to ask for permission. This is our 2nd generation stemplayer We have more things we working on. I feel like how I felt in the first episode of the documentary.”