Kanye West’s ‘Donda’ Release Date Shifts Again As “Hurricane” Reportedly Drops In Some International Markets



Kanye West has missed two purported release dates for his new album, DONDA, in the past two weeks, and now there’s a new date on the horizon. The iTunes pre-order now shows either Friday, August 13 or Sunday, August 15 depending on the user, while the song “Hurricane” with The Weeknd and Lil Baby has reportedly begun surfacing on some international streaming services.


West originally claimed he would be releasing DONDA on Friday, July 23, and then again on Friday, August 6. Although he held listening parties both nights at Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium, the album failed to materialize on its purported release dates. Now, the pair of new release dates that have shown up for fans on iTunes are the latest promise of an album that West first planned to release in mid-2020.


One sign of things to come is the appearance of “Hurricane,” now updated from the version he played at his latest album listening event, on some international streaming services. Although it’s not currently available in the US, HipHopNMore reports that “Hurricane” is already accessible on platforms like Russia’s Yandex and Japan’s Line Music. The new version of “Hurricane” has already leaked online and appears as Track 2 on the DONDA iTunes pre-order.

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