Kanye West Unveils Eerie Teaser for New Album ‘Vultures’, Announces Three-Part Release

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Kanye West is offering a glimpse into his forthcoming album, Vultures, to his fans.

The rapper, known for his album Graduation, unveiled a teaser trailer on Tuesday for his joint project with Ty Dolla $ign as the superduo ¥$.

Directed by Jon Rafman, the trailer showcases a series of eerie scenes featuring grinning clowns, explosions, wolves, and masked and robed individuals, along with vultures.

The trailer concludes with the announcement that Vultures will be divided into three volumes. The first volume is set to release on February 9, followed by the second and third volumes on March 8 and April 5, respectively.

On his Instagram Stories, the 46-year-old “Flashing Lights” rapper revealed the distinct cover arts for each volume.

In November, West surprised fans with a performance of his song “Vultures” at Lil Durk’s concert, alongside Ty Dolla $ign at Blu Dubai.

The nightclub shared a video of West’s performance on Instagram Stories, highlighting the artist rapping controversial lyrics from the track, including, “How am I antisemitic? I just f—ed a Jewish bitch.”

West also seems to reference his former manager, Scooter Braun, in the lyrics. He raps, “I just f—ed Scooter’s bitch,” before mentioning the tragic Columbine High School shooting.


In December, Nicki Minaj rejected West’s request to include the track, which has been pending since at least 2018, in Vultures.

West initiated the conversation by tweeting a screenshot of a text message he appeared to have sent Minaj, asking for her approval to release “New Body” on Vultures, his new project with the “Or Nah” rapper.

In the text, shared on X (previously Twitter), West wrote, “Hi it’s ye. May I call you about clearing new body on the new album.”

Although Minaj did not immediately respond to the text, she addressed its release during an Instagram Live session, stating that the song would not be released as its time had passed.

She said, “Now regarding Kanye, that train has left the station, OK? No disrespect in any way, I just put out a brand new album. Now why would I put out a song that has been out for three years? Come on guys. You know?”

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