Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign‘s highly anticipated Vultures album is supposedly nearing its first of three releases, and taking a cue from her dad, North West has creatively unveiled the tracklist.

As reported by TMZ, Kanye and ex Kim Kardashian put their differences to the side and took North out to dinner on Tuesday (January 30), along with some of her friends. The kids were decked out in Vultures merch, while North’s shirt featured the full tracklist on the back.



Features include Freddie Gibbs, Quavo, Chris Brown, YG, Future, Young Thug, Kid Cudi, Lil Durk and more on the 18 tracks listed. However, it’s unclear if this is just Volume 1 or if this will be spread out over their three releases.

These three volumes will drop in three separate months, with the first set to arrive on February 9, the second on March 8 and the third and final volume on April 5.

You can view the Vultures tracklist below:

1. “Everybody” (Feat. Charlie Wilson)
2. “Back To Me” (Feat. Freddie Gibbs & Quavo)
3. “Fuk Sumn” (Feat. Playboi Cart and Quavo)
4. “Time Moving Slow”
5. “Beg Forgiveness” (Feat. Chris Brown)
6. “Do It” (Feat. YG)
7. “Paid” (Feat. Future)
8. “Timbo Freestyle” (Produced by Timbaland)
9. “Slide” (Feat. James Blake)
10. “Promotion” (Feat. Future)
11. “Vultures” (Feat. Bump J and Lil Durk)
12 “Love Love Love”
13. “Talking” (Feat. North West)
14. “Hoodrat”
15. “River” (Feat. Young Thug & Leon Bridges)
16. “Gun To My Head” (Feat. Kid Cudi)
17. “Take Off Your Dress”
18. “Dead” (Feat. Future & Lil Durk)

In addition to appearing on the album on “Talking,” the talented North West has also prepared a video treatment for the song.

Ye took to Instagram last Wednesday (January 24) to reveal that his daughter had come up with her own treatment idea. “TALKING VIDEO TREATMENT BY YOUR BESTIE MS MS WESTIE,” he wrote in the caption of the two posts that showed off her drawings.



Just the day prior, Ty Dolla $ign posted a photo carousel on Instagram showcasing the three covers for his upcoming collaborative album with Ye.

Among the collection of photos was a hand-drawn portrait of the duo courtesy of 10-year-old North. The sketch showed Kanye wearing a Vultures t-shirt and sporting a “¥$” tattoo on his right arm, while Ty Dolla could be seen with matching ink on his cheek.

“Last slide by Ms Ms Westy!” the R&B singer wrote in the caption, referencing Ye’s daughter’s verse on their eagerly-awaited album.

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The sketch serves as further proof that talent runs in the West family, with Kanye himself displaying artistic prowess during his younger years.

As a teen, the Yeezy mogul received a scholarship to Chicago’s American Academy of Art, where he sharpened his craft as a fine arts student. (He later transferred to Chicago State University to study English before dropping out.)



In 2020, some of Kanye’s early drawings appeared in an episode of PBS’ Antiques Roadshow after one of the rapper’s cousins came into possession of the collection following the death of his mother Donda West.

The assortment of paintings and drawings was valued between $16,000 and $32,000, with appraiser Laura Woolley saying: “I think these pieces demonstrate an extraordinary facility as an artist.”