Titled under ‘KANYE DROPS YOUR ALBUM’, the leaked album features guest appearances from the likes of Nicki Minaj, Chance the Rapper, Post Malone and Young Thug.
AceShowbiz -At this point, it appears people are so desperate to hear new music from Kanye West that his unreleased album has once again suffered another leak. After its mysterious appearance on iTunes, the entire 15 songs off the rapper’s “Yandhi” were available on other streaming services, Spotify and TIDAL, on Tuesday, October 8.
Titled under “KANYE DROPS YOUR ALBUMS”, the project features songs such as “CAPRI SUN”, “No REASON”, “IN COMMON” and “SWITCH HANDS”. Fans might have noticed that the songs could be found in the previous leaked album. Moreover, this new leaked project includes guest appearances from the likes of Nicki Minaj, Chance the Rapper, Post Malone and Young Thug.
There are no details as to who posted the album on the streaming site, but the copyright holder is listed under Faygo Records. It’s also unclear whether or not these are the official tracks.
Nevertheless, people were sent into frenzy due to the leaks. “WHOEVER LEAKED YANDHI IN ITS ENTIRETY ON SPOTIFY REALLY GOT SUM BALLS LMAOOOO THIS S**T GOES HARD AS F**K,” one exclaimed, as another said, “The real mvp who boldly published all the yandhi leaks to Spotify.” Someone else said, “Yandhi leaks getting me through this Jesus is King drought,” referring to Kanye’s another album “Jesus Is King” which release was also pushed back. “Got around to listening to the yandhi leak finally and it’s gassss,” other other said.
Leaked “Yandhi” album has now been removed from both Spotify and TIDAL.
“Yandhi” was supposed to be released on Black Friday last year, before Kanye decided to push back its release date and went all the way to Uganda to complete the project. However, it’s never seen the light of the day since then. Instead, he announced last month that he would be releasing an album called “Jesus Is King”, but just like “Yandhi”, the release date of the new record had been postponed.
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