Kanye West Shares New Song, ‘Donda,’ In Memory Of His Mother
Through a tweet the American rapper shared a new song in memory of his mother who died aged 58 in 2007. The tweet was posted to mark what would have been the rapper’s mother’s birthday.
the just above two minutes track leads with Kahye’s mother, Donda West reciting lyrics from Legendary Hip Hop MC KRS One’s classic record ‘Sound Of Da Police’ before the rapper comes in with his verse
Kanye West has shared a new song, “DONDA,” a tribute to his mother who passed away in 2007 at the age of 58. He posted it on his Twitter account last night on what would have been her birthday. “I know you and grandma had enough of them/ Why I gotta be so stubborn then/ I’m doin’ this one for y’all/ So we can end racism once and for all,” he raps.
The song follows his previous release ‘Wash Us In The Blood’ a track he did with Travis Scott and featured on his new album God’s Country.
The rapper who has announced his supposed bid for president of the United States disowned Donald Trump in an interview last week.