The two rappers announced their new music album on Monday through mysterious social media posts on their respective Instagram platforms.
The duo, who have also gone by the moniker “¥$,” posted pictures of themselves together with a yellow “1” over a background that looked like wrinkled fabric and the words “Vultures United Center Chicago 02.08.24,” which was a reference to the upcoming event.
“Vultures” alludes to the pair’s upcoming album of the same name, which is scheduled to be released on Friday the day before they will host a listening party.
Undoubtedly, we have heard portions of many of these tunes. Nevertheless, Ye has been keeping everything under wraps for the past month or two, with sporadic leaks of information.
North West gave us a brand-new tracklist for Vultures earlier this week.
As per the sources, the new music album will consist of eighteen tracks. Fans were left assuming that Volume 1 would also feature eighteen songs or maybe just six.
An insider cleared the speculations by saying to HipHopDX that the first volume will contain thirteen tracks remaining on February 9, Friday. This new tracklist is intriguing because it includes songs with some really big features.
The songs on the first list include some of these hits; Future, Playboi Carti, Freddie Gibbs, North West, Quavo, and even Chris Brown.
Similar listening party sessions have been staged in the run-up to the album release, but the United Center has not confirmed that any events are happening on Thursday.
The duo have provided little specifics about the announcement. He has not released anything since Donda 2, his demo album from 2022.
The record’s lead hit, “Vultures,” caused a stir because of lyrics that alluded to Ye’s recent sexist remarks.