Kanye Wants “Donda 2” Played at “Births, Graduations, Weddings, and Funerals”

According to Ye, if a song cannot be played at all during these events, it will not be included on the album.

Kanye West’s Donda 2 has been progressing at a breakneck pace from the beginning of 2022. We’re less than a month away from the rumored release of Ye’s next studio album, but we all know how he likes to delay projects.

Digital Nas, a regular collaborator with West recently, revealed more about the album-making process in a recent interview with Rolling Stone. Kanye’s approach to the album is that each song should be relatable to every big life event: ‘If it cannot be played at a funeral, childbirth, graduation, a wedding, it will not be on our record. We learned a lot from Donda 1. We learned what hit. We learned what was sticking. So we took from there. It has to be able to be played at four major moments in people’s lives. That’s crazy, right?”

On the first rendition of Donda, Digital Nas assisted in the production of “Remote Control” with Young Thug and “Junya” with Playboi Carti, as well as their “part twos” with Kid Cudi and Ty Dolla $ign, respectively. As they work on Donda 2, Ye revealed that he will be without a phone until February 22 in order to focus solely on his children and the completion of the project: “I don’t have a phone until two, twenty-two, twenty-two,” he said in a video. “My focus is taking my kids to school and finishing the album.”

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