Boston Celtics star Jaylen Brown has reportedly signed on as the first pro athlete at Kanye West’s Donda Sports. The multi-hyphenate stars venture into sports management certainly has a legitimate client on its roster, but there are no guarantees in this game.
November continues to not disappoint when it comes to bizarre Kanye West headlines. Last week a mob of Ye clones hit the street in what seems to be a marketing ploy for the Donda deluxe edition.
Kanye West is certified in the apparel and sneaker game. But now Ye has his eye on the tech world, and he's applied to use the "Donda" name on various tech products.
Kanye West's 10th studio album, Donda, dropped in late August and then Drake's 6th studio album, Certified Lover Boy, dropped five days later, just know that, if the number of streams each project got is an indicator as to who the victor of the "beef" is, the guy from Toronto is taking that W.
Drake dipped into his petty bag and "leaked" a Kanye West song called "Life of the Party" that features a standout lyricism from Andre 3000. Speculation about why the song wasn't on Donda and debate over the bars aimed at Drake on Ye's verse soon started running rampant, but 3 Stacks himself has shed all the light on what went down.
West is accused of lifting the design from an established fashion group based in Miami, Florida for merchandise sold at his August 5th listening event in Atlanta, Georgia.
Kanye West finally released his latest album, Donda, on Sunday (August 29), but it hasn't been drama-free. According to Ye, the project was released by Universal, the home of his Def Jam recording home, without his permission.
After promising to release twice prior to the last listening event in Chicago, West made good on releasing the album on Sunday (August 29) and the early returns are coming in from Twitter.