Kanye West at the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party. (Photo by Rich Fury/VF20/Getty Images for Vanity Fair)
Kanye West is looking to make his latest return to music. This will be his first music project his anti-Semitic controversy. The rapper is currently on the hunt for distributors to help with the release of his upcoming unnamed album, which is reportedly a collaborative effort with Ty Dolla $ign.
According to Billboard, the initial release for the project was supposed to be on Oct. 13, but has since been delayed for reasons shielded from the public. However, the news outlet also reports that West and his fellow collaborator have been in discussions with several companies, with the “New Slaves” rapper closing in on a decision.
However, his scandal regarding remarks made that were deemed anti-Semitic are as prevalent as ever, given the recent outbreak of violence between Palestine and Israel. With this in mind, some companies are weighing the anticipated backlash in this current climate for working with West given his previous statements.
West has kept a relatively low-profile, at least in speaking publicly, in the aftermath of his condemnation for the comments. However, he has garnered some headlines for his relationship with newly official wife, Bianca Censori, and their public displays of what has been described as lewd affections. However, as the rapper begins to roll out a new album, fans of his work are sure to hear of what he now has to say.
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Source: Black Enterprise