West’s sound engineer claims some remains of ‘donda’ can still see daylight
Kanye West is reportedly planning to put out a playlist made up of “forgotten tracks.”
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The rapper and producer’s most recent release was last month’s ‘Donda’, his long-awaited 10th studio album. While it was already a blockbuster film with 27 tracks, there have been reports that too much music was composed for it.
Chris Brown and Soulja Boy both revealed that West asked them to work on “Donda,” yet never included his contributions. There is also ‘Life of the Party’ featuring Andre 3000, a track that was confirmed by the Outkast rapper for the project after it was leaked by Drake during a radio appearance.
Now, according to West’s sound engineer Nikolai Schrobat, the “Jesus Walks” rapper is working on a playlist that may contain some unreleased material from “Donda.”
“Actually this album isn’t finished yet,” Scrobat said in a statement shared by a Kanye West fan account on Twitter. “That is, it turned out, but it is quite possible that after some time we will hear a different sound, option. Subject, movies.
He continued: “Now ‘Donda’ is out, and I’m working on his old tracks, because West wanted to go through all the collections and make a playlist of forgotten tracks. There are so many. So, I will work in this direction in the near future.”
You can see the tweet below:
Nikolai Schrobat, a sound engineer @Kanye West, says that #donda Really “not finished yet” and that you want to go through all the archives and make a playlist of forgotten tracks. pic.twitter.com/hesVnNIkIX
— photos of Kanye West (@PhotosOfKanye) September 22, 2021
The feature of the above track with Brown, Soulja Boy and Andre 3000 is not yet known. West hasn’t confirmed the playlist or what will be included.
Earlier this month, Todd Rundgren expressed his disappointment over working with Kanye West in “Donda.”
According to Rundgren he contributed to the record for over a year and accumulated “three albums of Kanye stems on my computer”.
“I didn’t mind working on his gospel material. If you want to sing about Jesus, go ahead, I don’t care. I’ll help you do that, you know? If you want to sing about your troubles together, go ahead and do it. I don’t care,” he added. ultimate classic rock One of the early sessions.
But over time Rundgren said he grew frustrated with the West. “When it came to Homestretch in July, I just said, ‘That’s enough for me. I don’t know if any of these are being used.’ You don’t get much feedback from them about what it is.”
“If I can contribute something, fine. If I can’t just let me know. I’m out of here… There’s a possibility I’m actually in there somewhere. There’s a lot of junk in that record!”
Meanwhile, West recently shared a film clip for the opening track ‘Donda Chant’ from ‘Donda’.