UPDATE (2/24): 16 tracks total have now been uploaded to the Stem Player website from Donda 2. Kanye West previously released four songs to the Stem Player on Wednesday (February 23). “Keep It Burning” was the only song added that was not performed at Tuesday’s (February 22) listening experience.
— Photos Of Ye (@PhotosOfKanye) February 25, 2022
Kanye West debuted his Donda 2 album with a listening experience for fans at LoanDepot Park in Miami on Tuesday night (February 22). Delivering on his promise of the project only being available on Stem Player, four tracks were packaged and uploaded to the Stem Player website for those who own the hockey puck-sized device on Wednesday afternoon (February 23).
The first four Donda 2 tracks to receive an official release include “Security,” “Pablo” featuring Future and Travis Scott, “Broken Road” featuring Don Toliver and “We Did It Kid” featuring Baby Keem and Migos.
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Kanye West fan accounts are alleging that more songs will be uploaded as Yeezy and his team finishes them in the studio. Without needing clearance from labels and streaming services, it’s a seamless transition from Kanye’s studio to the Stem Player website.
FIRST FOUR DONDA 2 TRACKS UPLOADED
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— Photos Of Ye (@PhotosOfKanye) February 23, 2022
There’s no indication on when exactly the full album will be uploaded or if Donda 2 will even eventually land on major DSPs.
The Chicago legend hosted his album listening experience for Donda 2, which saw the back-half of the performance plagued by sound issues and faulty microphones that definitely had fans feeling cheated on what should’ve been an even more special night in Florida.
As for the rest of Donda 2, the first-heard version of the anticipated project features additional assists from Future, Jack Harlow, Playboi Carti, XXXTENTACION, Soulja Boy, Fivio Foreign, Alicia Keys, The Game and more.