Kanye West is going all out with his next Donda listening party. The rapper has worked hard on that project for quite a while and the world will soon hear what he has in store. In the meantime, Kanye is also restoring his childhood home in a big way.

Ye is rebuilding his childhood home in the middle of Chicago’s Soldier Field. He will play his Donda record on Thursday in the building, and he’s already hard at work preparing for that event.

His entire Instagram was wiped clean except for a photo of his childhood home, one he recently bought to restore. That home will get a lot of attention in the promotion for that record.

Donda, an album named after Ye’s late mother, is a special album for him. The Post revealed photos of the 1,600 square foot house that Donda sold in 2003 for $121,000. Ye bought it back last year for $225,000

Ye’s mother died in 2007, and this album will serve as a big memorial for her. Obviously, he’s sparing no expense and putting in some real work to hype things.

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