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Kanye West New Music 2023: Rapper’s Unreleased Songs Leaked Ahead Rumored Album Release

Kanye West is back in the music recording studio and has been working on a new album; this will be his first album since he fell from grace late last year.

According to TMZ, the “Gold Digger” rapper is gearing up once again to release new music, more than two years since the release of 2021’s “Donda,” and apparently, it will boast a sound that fans and audiences are more familiar with.

The news outlet added that the upcoming album will be boasting music and themes closer to the “old Kanye,” noting that the rapper will tone down on the political ideologies that he has recently been known for.

On top of that, West has also enlisted a star-studded list of collaborators for the upcoming project, including Ty Dolla $ign, who is rumored to be making a joint album with the controversial rapper.

The news of West’s upcoming album comes a day after his unreleased songs were leaked.

According to reports, the album is called “Jesus is King 2,” and it is the Grammy Award-winning rapper’s first full gospel album, it also happens to include collaborations with Dr. Dre, 2 Chainz, Anderson .Paak, Eminem, Snoop Dogg, Travis Scott, Pusha T, A$AP Ferg and Marsha Ambrosius

The album had 15 tracks, and was supposed to be a follow-up to West’s “Jesus is King,” which was released in 2019.

The album won Best Contemporary Christian Music at the Grammys and earned the No. 1 spot on the Billboard 200 when it was released.

While “Jesus is King 2” is no surprise to fans, many were shocked that the entire album was simply leaked online.

West fell into disgrace late last year after sharing his antisemitic sentiments on X (formerly known as Twitter), and even severed ties with Adidas after years and years of successful collaboration of his Yeezy shoe line.

West was even named as the most problematic person of 2022, as per the StopAntisemitism, a watchdog group.

“Kanye uses his celebrity platform to push dangerous antisemitic tropes about Jews and power and he refuses to stop,” the Executive Director, Liora Rez, said.

“His continuous onslaught of bigoted statements has resulted in horrific antisemitic acts perpetrated by white supremacists, Black Hebrew Israelites, and other fringe groups looking to cause Jews harm.”

As of this writing, though, the rapper has kept much to himself and has not shared much online since then.