In an unexpected turn of events, a short documentary on the creation of Kanye West‘s 2021 album “DONDA” has emerged online. The video, which runs slightly under five minutes, was found as the sole upload on a YouTube channel named BRND.
An Artistic Glimpse into the Making of “DONDA”
The artistically-edited documentary reveals scenes of Kanye, also known as Ye, in the studio and backstage during his inaugural listening event for “DONDA.” A significant portion of the video underlines the unique circumstance of Ye overtaking the Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta for his show and as his chosen site for mastering the album.
Collaboration and Controversy
Throughout the documentary, figures such as Playboi Carti, Rick Rubin, and Pusha T are shown collaborating on the project, highlighting the collective effort that went into the album’s creation.
One particularly intriguing moment in the documentary reveals a conversation where Ye discusses removing Jay-Z from his track “Jail” due to Jay-Z’s absence from the album listening party. This moment offers a candid look into Ye’s creative process and how interpersonal dynamics can influence the final product.
Revealing the Real Kanye West
This surprising documentary offers fans a rare and intimate look into the creative mind of Kanye West. From studio sessions to backstage footage, it paints a detailed picture of Ye’s dedication, collaboration, and unexpected challenges during the creation of his highly-anticipated album “DONDA.”