Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign’s Vultures Gets New Release Date

BY JO Mensah January 13, 2024 10:52 PM EDT
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Fans of Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign have been eagerly waiting for their collaborative album Vultures, which has been plagued by multiple delays and leaks.

The album, which features guest appearances from a host of popular artistes, was supposed to be released in December 2023, but it has been pushed back several times due to various reasons.

The first delay came after the release of the lead single Vultures, which received mixed reviews from critics and fans alike.

Some praised the song for its dark and experimental production, while others criticized it for its lack of cohesion and direction. 

The second delay came after a version of the album leaked online in mid-December, which reportedly angered West and Ty Dolla $ign, who claimed that the leak was not the final version of the album. 

The third delay came after the album was supposed to be released on New Year’s Day, but it was mysteriously removed from digital platforms without any explanation.

Fans were left confused and frustrated by the lack of communication from West and Ty Dolla $ign, who did not provide any updates or apologies for the delay.

Some fans speculated that the album was being reworked or scrapped altogether, while others hoped that it was just a temporary glitch.

Now, the album has a new tentative release date of January 19, 2024, according to Apple Music.

However, many fans are still doubtful that the album will actually come out on that date, given West’s notorious history of postponing or canceling his projects.

West has been known to delay or change his albums at the last minute, such as The Life of Pablo, Ye, and Jesus Is King, which all underwent multiple revisions and alterations before their release