The 28-year-old singer’s followers had been speculating whether or not the pop star collaborated with the “Follow God” rapper after noticing that the background vocals in the title monitor of the album sounded fairly much like hers.
However, Grande responded to the rumours in an Instagram story on Monday (30 August) by revealing that Grammy-winning recording artist Stalone is the voice behind the background vocals in “Donda”.
“Still so humbled and excited,” Stalone wrote on Instagram Stories, re-posting the “Thank U, Next” singer’s caption. “Thank you again, Ari.”
She additionally posted a message on Twitter saying: “I love Ari and so grateful that my vocals would even be compared to hers.”
On Sunday (29 August), West’s label officially released Donda, greater than a month after it was initially meant to return out.
The 26-track album, with the duvet artwork as a black sq., is 108 minutes lengthy.
Among the artists to look on the album are Jay-Z, The Weeknd, Young Thug, Travis Scott, Lil Baby, Kid Cudi, and the late Pop Smoke.
West’s album amassed more than 60 million streams on Apple Music in the US on the primary day of its launch, whereas additionally pulling in the third-highest variety of streams ever to be recorded on the platform in the span of 24 hours.
Soon after it’s launch, Ye launched a press release claiming that his label, Universal Music Group, released his album without his approval and “blocked” a tune from being on the document.
Read The Independent’s zero-star assessment of the album here.