Kanye West is taking a break from his presidential campaign this week to release a new album. West recently confirmed that his tenth studio release, titled Donda, is scheduled to drop on July 24th.
West previously shared a tracklist that contained 20 songs but deleted it from Twitter shortly after. Then, today, he posted another tracklist, this one containing 12 songs.
An interesting thing about the tracklist is that there is no single “Wash Us in the Blood,” which was released back in June and featured Travis Scott. However, West included track “New Body,” which supposed to be part of his 2019’s album Jesus is King.
Kanye West’s new album was first confirmed back in May by video artist Arthur Jafa, who revealed that the name of the record will be God’s Country. West officially announced the project under that title in June, when he released “Wash Us in the Blood.”
The album, which was in the meantime named after West’s late mother Donda, was reportedly recorded in early 2020 in Mexico. The list of West’s collaborators is still to be revealed, although Pusha T previously confirmed he was involved in the recording sessions.