Kanye West drops new song ‘Donda’ in honour of his mother’s birthday

Kanye West drops new song ‘Donda’ in honour of his mother’s
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Kanye West has
released a new song and video, ‘Donda’, on Twitter, named after
his late mother and in honour of her birthday. Listen to it
below.

In loving memory of my
incredible mother on her birthday Kanye West drops new song ‘Donda’ in honour of his mother’s
birthday, Shop Ticket Snatchers My mom reciting KRS1 lyrics This song is called DONDA
pic.twitter.com/YWKhqYYu2E

— ye (@kanyewest)
July 13, 2020

Donda West was born on July 12, 1949 and passed away in late
November 2007 following cosmetic surgery complications. Her voice
features heavily in the new song, opening with a recording of her
reciting lyrics from KRS-One’s 1993 single ‘Sound Of Da
Police’.

“In loving memory of my incredible mother on her birthday,”
West tweeted with the video.

This marks the third song West has released over the past few
weeks. He made his return last month with the announcement of his
tenth studio album, ‘God’s Country’, and the release of the
album’s
lead single, ‘Wash Us In The Blood’,
featuring Travis
Scott. It is unknown at this point whether ‘Donda’ will also
feature on the album.

In addition to ‘Wash Us In The Blood’, West also features on
the
latest single from Ty Dolla $ign, ‘Ego Death’
. The song
enlisted a smorgasbord of collaborators, including FKA twigs,
serpentwithfeet and Skrillex.

West recently announced he would be campaigning for President
this year, doing an
in-depth interview withForbes
about his various policies and
political stances.

In addition, the
interview also featured a few freestyles
where West speaks
about COVID-19, the Kardashian family and Donald Trump.

Multiple celebrities have come and criticised West’s
presidential campaign, including
Katy Perry
,
Jamie Foxx
and
Will.I.Am
.

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Kanye West has
released a new song and video, ‘Donda’, on Twitter, named after
his late mother and in honour of her birthday. Listen to it
below.

In loving memory of my
incredible mother on her birthday My mom reciting KRS1 lyrics This song is called DONDA
pic.twitter.com/YWKhqYYu2E
— ye (@kanyewest)
July 13, 2020

Donda West was born on July 12, 1949 and passed away in late
November 2007 following cosmetic surgery complications. Her voice
features heavily in the new song, opening with a recording of her
reciting lyrics from KRS-One’s 1993 single ‘Sound Of Da
Police’.
“In loving memory of my incredible mother on her birthday,”
West tweeted with the video.
This marks the third song West has released over the past few
weeks. He made his return last month with the announcement of his
tenth studio album, ‘God’s Country’, and the release of the
album’s
lead single, ‘Wash Us In The Blood’, featuring Travis
Scott. It is unknown at this point whether ‘Donda’ will also
feature on the album.
In addition to ‘Wash Us In The Blood’, West also features on
the
latest single from Ty Dolla $ign, ‘Ego Death’. The song
enlisted a smorgasbord of collaborators, including FKA twigs,
serpentwithfeet and Skrillex.
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West recently announced he would be campaigning for President
this year, doing an
in-depth interview withForbes about his various policies and
political stances.

In addition, the
interview also featured a few freestyles where West speaks
about COVID-19, the Kardashian family and Donald Trump.
Multiple celebrities have come and criticised West’s
presidential campaign, including
Katy Perry,
Jamie Foxx and
Will.I.Am.
The post
Kanye West drops new song ‘Donda’ in honour of his mother’s
birthday appeared first on NME
Music News, Reviews, Videos, Galleries, Tickets and Blogs |
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