With four separate listening parties, a plethora of delays and album edits galore, West’s god-given musical talent is on full display yet again — curating a spiritually uplifting 27-track LP that delves into his personal life while paying homage to his late-mother.
With highlights in “Praise God,” “Off The Grid,” “Jonah,” “Hurricane,” “Jail” and others, West’s Chicago listening party on Aug. 26 proved to be the most exciting of his events — featuring droves of DONDA dancers, a replica of Ye’s childhood home at stadium center and a fiery finale for the ages.
Now, West and company have released the visual for the album’s ethereal track “Come To Life.” As a reproduction of his performance at Soldier Field last week, “Come To Life” is one of Ye’s most intimate performances on Donda, complementing beautiful piano progressions and robust singing from the Chicago-based icon.
Already achieving immense commercial success, Donda is currently on track to sell over 350,000 units in its first week and is expected to claim a No. 1 debut on the Billboard 200.
#KanyeWest’s #DONDA is taking over the charts in just one day… 🤯— Our Generation Music (@OGMusicCo) August 30, 2021
• No. 1 album in the world
• No. 1 on @AppleMusic in over 130 countries
• Second biggest @Spotify debut of all-time, 100M+ streams
• Projected to sell 300K+ first week
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Garnering over 200 Million streams in its second official day on DSPs — and if all continues to trend accordingly — West is on track to achieve the biggest album debut of the year.