Ye’s Donda seemed to take an eternity to appear. After three album listening sessions held in big stadiums in Atlanta and Chicago, the project was finally released more than a year after it was first announced. The wait was finally over in late August, when the rapper dropped the project, which featured guest performances from Jay-Z, Lil Durk, Young Thug, Roddy Ricch, The LOX, Lil Baby, The Weeknd, Playboi Carti, Kid Cudi, Don Toliver, Ty Dolla Sign, and others. Two months after the release of Donda, Ye appears to be preparing to release a deluxe edition of the album.
On Twitter, a fan revealed two screenshots of teases for a Donda deluxe reissue. The first was labeled “A deluxe version of Yeezus’ tenth recording miracle” on Apple Music’s Italy page, while the second was labeled “A deluxe version of Yeezus’ tenth recording miracle” on Apple Music’s Germany page. You, or someone in your camp, must clarify when the luxury will arrive, or whether one is even in the works.
This follows the delivery of the rapper’s Donda stem players to fans who had pre-ordered them. The device lets you “customize any song” by controlling voices, percussion, bass, and samples, as well as isolating specific elements of a song and adding effects. In addition to Ye’s whole ninth album, the stem players received three unheard songs: “Life Of The Party,” “Up From The Ashes,” and “Never Abandon Your Family.”