Kanye West & Ty Dolla $ign’s ‘Vultures’ Gets Trailer As Release Dates Are Announced For Three Volumes

Kanye West has finally announced the release of his new album trilogy, ‘Vultures’, in collaboration with Ty Dolla $ign. The latest news confirms earlier reports that the highly anticipated ‘Vultures’ album will be released on February 9 as a trilogy of volumes. The trilogy will be released in three volumes, with the first coming out on February 9 and the second and third volumes on March 8 and April 5, respectively. The dramatic trailer, directed by Jon Rafman, features eerie clips of fire, destruction, and ominous animals, with a reworked version of West’s previously released title track as the soundtrack. This is his first new song since the controversy relating to anti-Semitism allegations. Fans eagerly anticipate the new music, with the trailer generating a lot of excitement.

Despite facing numerous delays, the album has been the subject of much hype since first being announced in August 2023, with fans eagerly awaiting its release. Recent reports had suggested a January release, but it was postponed again. Nevertheless, the album has already generated buzz, with West and Ty Dolla $ign hosting a Las Vegas rave event last month to celebrate its upcoming release, even though the authorities subsequently shut it down. A “multi-stadium listening event” was also planned for last October but was cancelled due to safety concerns. Despite these setbacks, the ‘Vultures’ trilogy is expected to be a groundbreaking work from the talented duo.

Kanye West &Amp; Ty Dolla $Ign'S ‘Vultures’ Gets Trailer As Release Dates Are Announced For Three Volumes, Yours Truly, News, May 29, 2024


The artists have made a bold decision to stick with their controversial album art design, despite the typography resembling that used by black metal band Burzum, whose frontman, Varg Vikernes, holds far-right and neo-Nazi views and has been convicted of murder. The artwork itself is a painting by Caspar David Friedrich, a landscape artist whose work was used to promote Nazi ideology. This has sparked heated debates and controversies among fans and the public. Nevertheless, the artists have remained firm in their decision and show no sign of backing down.

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