In a Beats by Dre broadcast released during the NBA Finals. On Tuesday, the rapper disclosed that his long-awaited continuation of the album “Jesus is King” 2019 was due to arrive this Friday.

The ad that features U.S. track sensation Sha’Carri Richardson was composed and edited by West. A sample from “No Child Left Behind,” a new song on the album, was also on the market. 

In the ad, West is being listened to as Richardson prepares to run “He’s done wonders on me.”

In a contentious decision earlier this month, the person who serves an Olympic 4X100 relay squad. Richardson faced a one-month ban following failing marijuana tests at the U.S. Olympic Trials last week. (Place Internal Link)

In July 2020, Kanye originally planned the release of Donda soon after releasing Travis Scott, ‘Wash Us in the Blood.’ That announcement appears to have buried another Kanye album, “God’s Country.”

None came out at the end. Instead, after a failed presidential campaign, Kanye dropped “Nah Nah Nah” and “Nah Nah Nah (Remix).

Kanye was relatively quiet on the music front in 2021. The 2021 Grammy Award was awarded to Jesus Is King for Best Christian Contemporary Music Album. He has ever since been featured on “Tell the Vision” and has produced the next album of the Chicago combo Abstract Mindstate with late Pop Smoke by Faith.

Kanye West now shares a tracklist for the album in anticipation of Donda. After this week’s comeback to Instagram, the Chicago-bred star shared an image on a whiteboard showing the record. According to the tweet, at least 16 tracks featured on Donda, including “No Child Left Behind,” Ye shared in a commercial Beats By Dre with Sha’Carri Richardson earlier this week.

Consequence shared photos of Kanye with LaBoy, Durant, and Tyler, the Creator. Later Sunday night, Kanye held a listening party for the album in Las Vegas. Attendees claimed the album features Ty Dolla $ign, Pusha T, Post Malone, Travis Scott, Playboi Carti, Lil Baby, and more.

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