Wednesday, June 26, 2024


Ty Dolla $ign has offered Vultures fans plenty to be excited about, confirming that he and Kanye West have “all the songs” for Vultures 2 after numerous delays.

In an interview with Billboard that ran on Thursday (June 20), the R&B crooner confirmed that the duo’s sequel is on the horizon.

“We got all the songs. Basically, it’s just like, ‘How can we get it there? How can we go bigger than the first album?,’” he explained.

He added: “Certain people will probably expect you to just do the same exact sound. But that sound’s already out.”

Ty Dolla $ign was also asked about circumventing streaming services for the new project.

“Why not? Switch it up,” he said. “[West has] always got something up his sleeve. I always got some[thing] up my sleeve.”

Earlier this month, Ty gave his first update on the status of the much-delayed project and teased further albums with Yeezy.

Appearing on a Kick stream with Russian YouTuber Vitaly Zdorovetskiy over the weekend, he said: “It’s dropping ASAP. Vultures 2 is on the way. It’s coming soon. Any day now. It could be tomorrow.”

When asked by a fan on the stream whether Vultures 2 would be available on streaming platforms or just Kanye’s YZY app, Ty replied: “On the app.”

Elsewhere during his broadcast with the controversial Russian streamer, Ty Dolla $ign played a preview of an unreleased song from Vultures 2 that features a Playboi Carti verse.

He also confirmed that the duo are definitely releasing all three planned Vultures albums, before hinting at a fourth.

“Possibly four, who knows,” he said while smoking a joint and commenting on how the albums keep getting delayed. “Shit happens.”

Kanye West had previously teased the idea of selling Vultures 2 directly to fans.

Messaging a fan account on Instagram, he said: “We sell albums on I got 20 million instagram followers,” he wrote in a text exchange. “When 5% of my followers buy an album [t]hat’s 1 million albums sold[.] That’s 300k more than the biggest album last year.

“We sold 1 million items on on Super Bowl Sunday so we know it’s possible. How do you feel about us not streaming and only selling the album digitally[?]”

The initiative was supported by Ty Dolla $ign when he replied to a fan who wanted him to convince Ye to release the album in a conventional fashion.

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