- Kanye West’s DONDA was released a week back.
- DONDA marks West’s tenth album and is breaking Billboard chart records.
- The rapper is tied again with Eminem for most Number One presentations in succession on the Billboard 200 collections outline.
Kanye West’s DONDA:
Kanye West’s most recent collection ‘DONDA’ has arrived at the highest point of the Billboard 200 collections outline, denoting his 10th Number One to date.
The rapper delivered his hotly anticipated collection toward the end of last month (August 29), which incorporates joint efforts from Marilyn Manson, DaBaby, Playboi Carti, The Weeknd and Lil Baby, among others. As Billboard reports, the record moved 309,000 identical collection units in the week finishing September 2.
The new achievement makes West one of just seven specialists with something like ten Number One collections in the 65-year history of the Billboard 200 outline, alongside The Beatles, Jay-Z, Barbra Streisand, Bruce Springsteen, Elvis Presley and Eminem.
Ye’s accomplishment additionally ties him again with Eminem for most Number One presentations in succession on the graph, after the last’s most recent collection, ‘Music To Be Murdered By’, beat the rundown early last year.
NME gave ‘DONDA’ a three-star audit upon its delivery, expressing “no one necessities each of the 27 of these tracks, yet delve profoundly into its substance and you’ll discover enough diamonds to make his tenth collection worth your time”.
“The rapper’s 10th collection follows an odyssey of postponements and odd not-exactly discharge parties, the outcome simply interspersed with snapshots of splendour.”
Following its appearance, West asserted his mark’s parent organization, Universal Music Group, delivered ‘DONDA’ without his endorsement in a since-erased Instagram post.