West Coast rapper YG is out here delivering the co-signs. The hip-hop veteran has come through to put some respect on rap heavyweight Kanye West‘s name.
This week, the California native went to Twitter to salute Ye’s creativity despite his personal issues with President Donald Trump.
This week, Def Jam and the label’s CEO Paul Rosenberg saluted Kanye on his chart-topping Jesus Is King album release.
Based on early estimates, Ye’s newest solo offering should have no problem securing the top spot on the Billboard 200 chart.
Based on very early reads, here’s what Kanye West’s hotly anticipated, widely discussed new album looks set to do in its debut week. Kanye West (G.O.O.D/Def Jam) 225-275k total activity, 60-85k album Kanye’s last album, Ye, did 208k its first week in June of 2018. After one day, Jesus Is King looks likely to beat it by a wide margin. Ye had seven tracks, whereas the new set has 11. (HITS Daily Double)
Hours after its release, Kanye’s new album toppled the iTunes chart with new songs also becoming instant hits.