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Kanye West surprised his fans on Aug. 29 when he finally dropped his 10th studio album, Donda, after a delay in July. The album, named after West’s late mother, includes 27 songs about Donda West, mental health, and more. Donda also features cameos from more than a dozen artists, but streaming versions of the album do not include the full credits. Here’s the Donda tracklist with all its features, from Marilyn Manson to DaBaby and more.

Kanye West rests his head in his hands at the Donda listening event in Atlanta
Kanye West at the ‘Donda’ listening party in Atlanta | Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Universal Music Group

Kanye West released his new album — sort of

West’s album arrived early on Sunday, Aug. 29, just days after he hosted a third Donda listening party in Chicago. However, according to the rapper, his label, Universal Music Group, released the album without his permission. He took to Instagram to post a statement.


“Jail 2” refers to Donda‘s 24th song, “Jail pt 2,” which DaBaby was supposed to feature on. Listeners could not access the song upon the album’s initial release, but it became available later in the day.

As Pitchfork reported, West also shared some since-deleted screenshots of texts between himself and his manager, Bu Thiam. The messages alleged that DaBaby’s manager did not give the green light to include DaBaby’s verse on the track, given the rapper’s controversy over some of his recent homophobic comments. South Coast Music Group President Arnold Taylor has since disputed West’s texts.

The ‘Donda’ tracklist features multiple artists

In addition to DaBaby’s verse on “Jail pt 2,” Donda features several other artists from various genres. Many listeners believed they heard Ariana Grande‘s vocals on the track “Donda.” However, she has since shot down the rumor by tagging the actual artist, Stalone, in her Instagram Story, according to NME.

According to E!, the track “Believe What I Say” also samples Lauryn Hill’s “Doo Wop (That Thing).” Chris Brown, Jay-Z, and Pop Smoke also appear. The Donda tracklist with features, including DaBaby’s track, can be seen below.

  1. “Donda Chant” (feat. Syleena Johnson)
  2. “Jail” (Francis & the Lights, Jay-Z)
  3. “God Breathed” (Vory)
  4. “Off the Grid” (Playboi Carti, Fivio Foreign)
  5. “Hurricane” (Lil Baby, The Weeknd)
  6. “Praise God” (Baby Keem, Travis Scott)
  7. “Jonah” (Lil Durk, Vory)
  8. “Ok Ok” (Fivio Foreign, Lil Yachty)
  9. “Junya” (Playboi Carti)
  10. “Believe What I Say” (samples Lauryn Hill, no features)
  11. “24” (Vory)
  12. “Remote Control” (Young Thug)
  13. “Moon” (Don Toliver, Kid Cudi)
  14. “Heaven and Hell” (no features)
  15. “Donda” (Stalone, Tony Williams)
  16. “Keep My Spirit Alive” (Conway The Machine, KayCyy, Westside Gunn)
  17. “Jesus Lord” (The LOX, Jay Electronica, Swizz Beatz)
  18. “New Again” (Chris Brown)
  19. “Tell the Vision” (Pop Smoke)
  20. “Lord I Need You” (no features)
  21. “Pure Souls” (Roddy Ricch, Shenseea)
  22. “Come to Life” (no features)
  23. “No Child Left Behind” (Sunday Service, Vory)
  24. “Jail pt 2” (DaBaby, Marilyn Manson)
  25. “Ok Ok pt 2” (Shenseea, Rooga)
  26. “Junya pt 2” (Playboi Carti, Ty Dolla Sign)
  27. Jesus Lord pt 2″ (no features)

DaBaby and Marilyn Manson are credited as co-writers on ‘Donda’


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Donda also featured several co-writers, including DaBaby and Manson. Both artists appeared at West’s listening party in Chicago, but the appearances stirred up controversy in light of DaBaby’s comments and the abuse allegations against Manson. However, West reportedly welcomed the backlash, a source told People.

“He knows that having controversial figures around will be provocative and will get people to talking,” the source revealed. “He knows that people are going to be upset and that there will be backlash.”

West might have gotten exactly what he wanted. The source added, “He also knows that people are talking about it today when they wouldn’t have been otherwise.”