How SA Rappers Reacted To Kanye West’s ‘Donda’ Album. Kanye West’s highly anticipated 10th studio album, DONDA has finally been released on digital platforms. The album may have been dropped with the award-winning rapper’s approval but hip hop fanatics are just pleased to hear the album, Kanye has been teasing them with. Prior to the album, Kanye held several listening sessions at various stadium locations and had his fans sitting on the edge for the drop.
Now, that the album is finally on digital platforms fans have been streaming the album to their satisfaction. Mzansi hip hop insiders and artists have also been amongst those who are currently listening to Kanye on their playlists at the moment. South Ah rapper AKA even stayed up once to catch one of Kanye West’s listening sessions and had shared some moments from the listening session on his Instagram stories.
The reviews on Kanye’s two-hour, 27 track long album have been mixed. Popular producer Ruff shared his review about the album on Twitter and from his tweet, it is clear that he is not impressed with Kanye’s latest offering. Ruff in his tweet revealed that Kanye did not mix and master the album. “This guy did not mix and master this album. What’s wrong with Kanye,” tweeted the producer. Not everyone agreed with Ruff’s tweet as they felt the album sounded amazing the way it is.
Rashid Kay retweeted a tweet that said the DONDA album should have been a 7 track EP. Rashid agreed with the statement as, by the time a person hears a good song, you’ve gone through the bad ones already. Cassper Nyovest is a huge Kanye stan has also been playing the album and has shared with his followers, a track he is currently enjoying on the album, which is No Child Left Behind. Cassper captioned a screenshot of the song playing on Spotify with a few lines from the song that he relates to from the song, “Back again, I used my back against the wall. Never called on y’all, never count on y’all Always count on God ! He’s done Miracles on me!!! “