Kanye West and Ty Dolla Sign's Highly Anticipated Album 'Vultures' Faces Another Delay

Kanye West and Ty Dolla Sign's collaborative project, Vultures, has encountered yet another setback in its release schedule. Initially slated for a December 15th debut, seasoned followers of the artists were skeptical about the punctuality of the release. Contrary to the recent announcement that the album would be available on New Year's Eve, December 31st, it has now been confirmed by representatives for Kanye West that fans will need to exercise further patience as Vultures is rescheduled for a January 12, 2024 release. As always, caution is advised when it comes to setting expectations based on Kanye's proposed dates.

In a recent development, rapper Nicki Minaj declined the request to publicly clear her verse on the track 'New Body,' a move that was made known by Kanye himself on Twitter. Addressing the situation, Nicki Minaj stated, "Now regarding Kanye, that train has left the station, OK? No disrespect in any way, I just put out a brand new album. Now why would I put out a song that has been out for three years? Come on guys. You know?" Kanye West responded to Minaj's rejection during a Vultures listening party, recalling, "I made that girl rewrite her verse three times for 'Monster.' I supported her career." Despite the delays and challenges, the anticipation for Vultures remains high, promising an intriguing collaboration between these prominent artists.