Kanye West Claims that Universal Music released his new album ‘DONDA’ without his approval. He’s also accused his label’s parent company of “blocking” the release of his controversial new track featuring DaBaby and Marilyn Manson.
The 27-track album arrived after and three high-profile listening events. It features the likes of JAY-Z, Travis Scott, The Weekend, Lil Baby, and many more.
West posted on Instagram, “Universal put my album out without my approval,” The track ‘Jail, Pt. 2’ was showing on streaming platforms when ‘DONDA’ first dropped. Later it was coming up as “unavailable” to play.
West’s on-stage remarks were widely condemned. DaBaby raps on the track, “I said one thing they ain’t like, threw me out like they ain’t care for me/ Threw me out like I’m garbage, huh?/ And that food that y’all took off my table/ You know that feed my daughters, huh? (Mmm)/ But I ain’t really mad, ’cause when I look at it/ I’m getting them snakes up out my grass.”