Kanye West dropped Donda 2 today, exclusively to Stem Player. It’s finally time for fans to get a taste of the awesomeness. Ye is currently streaming Donda 2 on YouTube as well, that way fans can listen to it.

West presents the sequel to DONDA, which was released six months ago. During his DONDA experience performance at Miami’s LoanDepot Park tonight, he will unveil his 11th studio album. Ye has created a facsimile of his childhood home in the middle of the stadium, similar to his previous event in Chicago’s Soldier Field in August, where he will be accompanied by special guests.

Apple Music was set to stream the 2.2.22 performance, but they reportedly pulled out after Ye turned down their $100 million deal. Ye put up the $2 million required to webcast the event exclusively on his own StemPlayer.com.

DONDA 2 will be released only on Ye’s new Stem Player, rather than on streaming sites. The $200 streaming device allows users to create any song by playing four different elements: vocals, drums, bass, and music.

Kanye’s also released a new DONDA 2 merch collection, which includes sweatshirts, tees, and ski masks, and was created in collaboration with Balenciaga. For more updates stay tuned to Thirsty.

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