New Vultures Visuals | Kanye & Ty Dolla $ign

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North West & Kanye West & Ty Dolla $ign Unveil Fresh Visuals for Vultures


Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign dropped their latest video, “Talking/Once Again,” from the forthcoming Vultures collaborative album. Not just their show, Kanye’s daughter, North West, shines, rapping for the first time. Her catchy verse adds a unique, playful twist to the song. Seriously, she sounds like she has a future. Hopefully, she went follow in her father’s flirtation with Nazism, a very uncool philosophy.


Anticipation Builds for Vultures

Speaking of Nazis. Let’s try to forget Kanye’s Holocaust scrutiny for five minutes. The new video boosts excitement for Kanye’s album Vultures, out Friday. Fans are eager yet wary of delays, typical of Kanye’s unpredictable release history/flirtation with dangerous demagoguery.


To his credit Kanye had his beleaguered and over-worked PR team draft a letter of apology. As follows:

“I sincerely apologize to the Jewish community for any unintended outburst caused by my words or actions, it was not my intention to hurt or disrespect, and I deeply regret any pain I may have caused.”

Ye said in an Instagram apology ahead of the Vultures release. Many people online speculate the apology was not in fact a PR team, but the work of A.I. And there you have it. An emblematic story representing the internet in the 2020’s.


North West: A Rising Star?

North West’s appearance sparks debate on nurturing children’s talents. Her confident rap hints at potential, blending family legacy with hip-hop’s evolving story.

Kanye and Ty Dolla $ign’s project, featuring North, highlights hip-hop’s dynamic nature. Accordingly, preludes Vultures, reminding us of the genre’s capacity to surprise and evolve.



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