The collaborative album titled “Jesus Is King 2,” featuring Kanye West and Dr. Dre, has been leaked.
Kanye West and Dr. Dre’s 2019 project together has been released. The record, titled ‘Jesus Is King 2’, is the sequel to West’s debut full-length gospel album, which won a Grammy. The specifics of the leak of the unfinished “Thank God for Drugs” version of “Yeezus” were murkier.
According to HipHopDX, “Jesus Is King 2” has 15 tracks, the majority of which are remixes of songs from Dr. Dre’s debut album. Eminem, Snoop Dogg, Travis Scott, Pusha T, 2 Chainz, Anderson Paak, A$AP Ferg, and Marsha Ambrosius make appearances. Several brand-new Western verses have also been included.
The end of West’s contracts with Universal and Sony Music approximately corresponded with his recent string of antisemitic statements; therefore, he is presently working on new songs without a record label or publishing agreement. As a result of his remarks, a number of commercial partnerships collapsed.
West, a musician of staggering productivity, has amassed a vast catalog of unreleased recordings. West initially mentioned “Jesus Is King 2” in November 2019, only weeks after the deluxe edition of the first album was released.
He tweeted a picture of himself with the West Coast hitmaker in the studio with the caption, “Ye and Dre Jesus, King Part II is coming soon.”
“Jesus Is King” is my first “clean album,” he said. “I used to put in a lot of hours attempting to emulate Dr. Dre’s mixing style in my own tracks. Who knew that if I just made an album for God, Dr. Dre would start putting together my tracks? Focus on God, and he will take care of the details.