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Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign to release ‘Vultures’ in three parts

In case you still trust Kanye West’s release dates, this information will interest you: his collaborative album with Ty Dolla $ign, ‘Vultures’, not only has a new Friday again, but now it has up to three .

After changing the release date again and again, Kanye West returns with another issue that fans can put their hope in. And that number is triple. It seems that ‘Vultures’ will be released in three parts, with the first of them scheduled for February 9, the second for March 8 and the third for April 5.

The rapper shared the news through a promotional video on social networks. If the dates are true, March 8 would leave a very interesting duel between Ariana Grande and Kanye West, since the second installment of ‘Vultures’ would coincide with the release of ‘eternal sunshine’.

According to some sources revealed a few weeks ago, West has also recorded a 40-minute apology video for his recent controversies linked to anti-Semitism. Apparently, the video is expected to be shared before her new album comes out.

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