Kanye West and Jay-Z appeared to have ended their famous beef after they collaborated for a song on ‘Donda’, the former’s latest album.


The rappers have been at loggerheads since they last collaborated on ‘Pop Style’, a song by Drake, in 2016.

West had earlier hinted that he felt “hurt” that Jay Z and Beyoncé didn’t show up at his wedding to Kim Kardashian in 2014.

The ‘Ye’ singer had also called out the 51-year-old rapper and his wife during his ‘Saint Pablo Tour’ in 2016.


But in December 2019, the pair appeared to have buried the hatchet when they both turned up for the 50th birthday of Diddy, their colleague.

On Thursday, the duo further stunned over 42,000 fans who gathered for West’s new album launch at Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium when Jay-Z’s voice echoed through the speakers for the final track.

“Donda, I’m wit your baby when I touch back road,” he raps in the collaborative track.


“Told him stop all that red cap, we goin’ home / Cannot be with all of these sins casting stones / This might be the return of The Throne / Hova and Yeezy like Moses and Jesus.”


The development has reignited long-awaited talks for a sequel to ‘Watch the Throne’, their collaborative studio album, in 2011.

‘Donda’ is West’s 10th album and his first since 2019 when he released ‘Jesus is King.’

The new album is named after Donda West, the rapper’s mother, who died in 2007 at the age of 58.

Listen to a snippet of Jay-Z’s verse below:



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