According to a new report, Kanye West’s much awaited album ‘Donda’ will be about his separation from his wife Kim Kardashian.
The rapper, who was due to release his tenth studio album in July as a follow-up to his 2019 offering ‘Jesus I King’, has not yet released the album.
The four-year-old father reportedly rewrote the song to include references to his break-up with the 40-year-old reality star.
Kanye, despite the delay, dropped the amazing record presented by his Sunday service choir on Christmas ‘Jesus as Bourne’.
It was revealed last week that Kim Kardashian’s marriage to Kanye West had “ended”. The ‘KUWTK’ star allegedly told the rapper not to offend the family but he has thought of ‘expressing his views on all this’ in his music.
‘Donda’ is the tenth studio album to be released by American producer and rapper Kenny West, which was originally slated for release on July 24, 2020, but has not held its own since that date.
A media outlet, citing sources close to the rapper, claims that the album will contain melodies of what he has been going through over the past year.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s marriage caused a major setback during their 2020 presidential election in South Carolina – where the rapper claimed he was considering aborting his daughter North.