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Kanye West will hold third Donda listening party by 'recreating his childhood home INSIDE the Chicago stadium'

KANYE West will be recreating the home where he was raised inside of a Chicago Stadium in honor of his third Donda listening event.

The rapper has hosted two other listening parties as he prepares for the launch of his tenth studio album.


Kanye, 44, has been constructing a replica of his childhood home inside a Chicago stadium.

Although he was born in Atlanta, the famed musician was raised in the mid-western city from age three.

Over the weekend, the singer shared a photo of the middle-class abode to his Instagram, a small blue structure with a deteriorating exterior.

On Monday, the Kanye fan account @WestSubEver posted a picture snapped of the replicated structure during construction on Soldier Field in the Chicago stadium.

From the image, one could see the same light blue paint and box-like structure of the home as in the father of three's photo from last week.

The songwriter has ignited frustration in thousands of fans as he continues to delay the release of his 10th studio album, Donda, named after his late mother.

Kanye has been in the throes of planning his third listening event, after hosting the first two at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.

The legendary record producer formerly promised fans he would drop Donda on August 6.

However, after the first and second live stream events ended, the album was still not released.

On August 26, Kanye will debut his third listening party, as fans wait patiently for his new LP.

Tickets went on sale on August 20, and the event will be hosted at Soldier Field where the Chicago Bears play.

FAN FURY

Fans have ransacked Twitter with furious messages about the album's continued delay.

"So Kanye is doing another listening party on the 26th? This guy is making money by fooling us," one ranted.

"Kanye lied to us, he been saying he releasing Donda for a month now," another claimed.

A third fumed: "Where the f**k is Donda, Kanye.. I’m starting to get mad bro."

Donda, which has been named after Kanye's mother after her 2007 passing, was originally slated for release on July 23, 2021, but has yet to arrive.

The album has been unsurprisingly postponed numerous times, as he is notorious for dropping music on his own schedule and for repeatedly missing release dates.

Kanye's last album, 2019's Jesus Is King, debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart.

FAILED MARRIAGE

This new compilation of music follows the rapper's divorce from Kim Kardashian in February of this year.

Throughout the LP, the controversial star has referenced his failed marriage and the loss of his family.

The ex-couple share four kids together: North, eight, Saint, five, Chicago, three, and Psalm, two.

Kim has continued to show support for her ex and has attended both of Kanye's listening events alongside their children.

ANOTHER SHOT?

Despite the untimely end of their relationship, Kanye was spotted wearing his wedding band earlier this week.

The Yeezy creator fueled speculation of a rekindled relationship as the gold ring was put on display in one of his moody social media posts.

The fashion designer wore a black T-shirt and a full face mask as he walked through a dark, floodlit warehouse in the photos.

Kanye held his left hand on top of his head, as the ring reflected what little light was available in the image.



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