NewsYe and Ty Dolla S$ign's 'Vultures' Takes Top Spot Of Billboard 200

Ye and Ty Dolla S$ign’s ‘Vultures’ Takes Top Spot Of Billboard 200

The features collaborations from fellow Hip-Hip artists such as Travis Scott and Playboi Carti, while also including West’s daughter, North West.

Individual songs were also pulled from streaming due to alleged copyright infringement, such as “Good (Don’t Die)” for interpolating parts of “I Feel Love,” released by Donna Summer in 1977. Summer’s team has stated that the song was used without permission. The song has yet to be released back on streaming platforms, but was still available for purchase at the official website for Yeezy.

The duo have held a “listening experience” across many stops across the United States and internationally, including a first concert in Ye’s hometown of Chicago where he brought his daughter to perform as well. The 46-year-old is now traveling to Europe alongside Ty Dolla Sign for stops in Italy and France. Whether or not the group will embark on a formal tour to further promote their latest project has to be announced, but are evidently off to a successful start as volume 2 of the “Vultures” project is expected to be released soon.

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Source: Black Enterprise

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