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Kanye West drops 35th studio album

A review on album “Vultures 1”, a collaborative mix
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Leart Grbeshi
Screen shot of staff reporter Leart Grbeshi and his review set up for the new Kanye West album, “Vultures 1.”

On Feb. 9, “Vultures 1” was finally released and became Kanye West’s 11th consecutive studio album to debut on the Billboard 200, the most of any artist, ever.

On top of that, he did so with minimal marketing and multiple delays of release and even canceled pre-release listening events on multiple occasions.

“Vultures 1” is Kanye’s 3rd collaborative studio album. He collaborated with TyDolla$ (as well as many other artists, writers and producers) to create a 55 minute and 40 second, 16 track modern musical masterpiece that old school Kanye West fans can be excited to listen to on repeat.

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Leart Grbeshi, Staff Reporter
I have been interested in journalism since I was in middle school watching Vice News for hours on end every day. I aspire to learn how to put together an efficient story piece based on an inclination to provide the whole truth.

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