Kanye West, the US rapper, says ‘Donda 2’, his forthcoming album, will not be available on any streaming platform.


The ‘Jesus Is King’ crooner broke the news in a series of posts via his Instagram page on Friday.

In one of the posts, the 45-year-old said his album would not be available on Amazon, Apple Music, Spotify or YouTube.

According to him, the project — scheduled to be released on February 22 — would only be available on Stem Player, his newly launched platform.


“Donda 2 will only be streaming on my own platform, the stem player. You can download new music from stemplayer.com,” he wrote

“You can play 4 different elements of the track: vocals, drums, bass and music. It also has a MP3 player available. We currently have 67,000 available and are making 3000 a day. Go click link in my bio to purchase.”

He also slammed streaming platforms for the unfair treatment of artists.


Kanye added that artists make only 12% of what the industry makes.

“Donda 2 will only be available on my own platform, the Stem Player. Not on Apple, Amazon, Spotify or YouTube,” he wrote.

“Today, artists get just 12% of the money the industry makes. It’s time to free music from this oppressive system.

“It’s time to take control and build our own. Go to stemplayer.com now to order.”


The new project comes about six months after the rapper — now officially known as Ye — put out ‘Donda‘, his album which featured 27 tracks.

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