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Kanye West reunites with JAY-Z on new album DONDA

Kanye West has teamed up with Jay-Z on a new song, he revealed at a listening party for his new album “DONDA” on Thursday. The “Stronger” rapper hosted a listening party for his upcoming “DONDA” album in Atlanta on Thursday and fans were delighted to discover the “99 Problems” hitmaker is a guest on the record, marking the pair’s first collaboration in five years, having last teamed up on Drake’s 2016 track “Pop Style.

Jay can be heard rapping: “Donda, I’m wit your baby when I touch back road / Told him stop all that red cap, we goin’ home / Cannot be with all of these sins casting stones / This might be the return of The Throne / Hova and Yeezy like Moses and Jesus.

And according to Young Guru, Jay’s verse was added to the song just hours before fans got to hear it for the first time.

He tweeted: “HOV did the verse today!!!! At 4pm (sic)
The 44-year-old rapper was supported at the event by his estranged wife Kim Kardashian West, their four children, and her sister, Khloe Kardashian. The album preview also revealed both Playboi Carti and Roddi Ricch appear on different songs on the record.

Kanye West and Jay-Z

Carti could be heard rapping over an uptempo beat before Kanye took over the vocal, while Roddi features on a piano-led track with lines such as: “They said I was mad at the Grammy’s/But I’m looking at my Grammy right now”.

The likes of the late Pop Smoke, Travis Scott, Pusha T, Baby Keem, Lil Baby, and Lil Durk all also appear on various tracks on the highly-anticipated album.

In other news – Miss SA Shudufhadzo Musida Announces her Book Release

Reigning Miss SA Shudufhadzo Musida has announced another big project. The beauty queen has released her very first book titled ‘Shudu finds her magic’. The book speaks about bullying and the power of friendships. Shudu said her book is specifically for children aged between 4 and 12 years. She added that she hopes that through her book, they will find comfort.

Shudufhadzo Musida

The Miss SA Instagram page also shared that the book is inspired by Shudu’s childhood and the bullying she encountered when she moved to a new province and a new school. learn more

Source: IOL

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