Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign are set to release their album "Vultures" on New Year's Eve. The album's release was previously delayed from its initial date last Friday. TMZ Hip Hop confirms that the new dynamic duo will drop the album on December 31.
The release of "Vultures" has faced several hurdles. Kanye West failed to clear a sample from the Backstreet Boys for his single "Everybody," which may result in an alternate version of the track.
Additionally, Nicki Minaj has not cleared her verse for their collaboration "New Body." Minaj explained that the song, recorded years ago, felt dated and she did not want it to detract from her own album release, "Pink Friday 2."
Despite these challenges, Kanye West has managed to collaborate with artists like Lil Baby, Freddie Gibbs, Offset, Quavo, Playboi Carti, Chris Brown, Future, Bad Bunny, Charlie Wilson, and others for the album. Billboard first reported the new release date for "Vultures."