DONDA Kanye West’s Gospel Themed Album Tops Charts Worldwide
American rapper and professing Christian Kanye West finally shares his highly anticipated gospel-themed album “DONDA” nearly a year after he initially announced the project which is now dominating Billboard and Worldwide chart.
The gospel-themed project is his 10th studio project and his second gospel-themed album after “Jesus Is King” which went on to win the “Best Contemporary Christian Album” category ahead of Christian music giants like Hillsong Young & Free, at the GRAMMYs.
The 27-track project is believed to have been heavily influenced by his mother and his Christian background with Kanye going as far as naming the album after his mum “Donda West” and also featured her voice. But, what has got people talking about the project is how he made Christianity look soo cool and easily got believers, atheist, Muslims and other religious group followers all vibing and worshiping God with ease.
Prior to the release of the Kanye West DONDA album, Ye (as he is popularly called) hosted three listening events at various location including Mercedes Benz Stadium that also went on to smash Apple Music streaming record and got everybody craving for more despite its been majorly dominated by gospel songs.
Kanye West DONDA album boasts of songs like “Lord I Need You”, “No Child Left Behind”, “Jesus Lord”, “Praise God”, “God Breathed” and lots more, most of which got rap game big boys like Lil Baby, Travis Scott, Lil Durk and even veteran Jay Z all raping about their Christian faith.
Barely a week since the release of the album and it has already surpassed expectations and still projected to soar to greater height and do even more numbers despite it being majorly a gospel track.