The long wait for Kanye's 10th studio album may finally be over

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The long wait for Kanye West's 10th studio album, Donda, may finally be over. 

Rumours swirled this past weekend, claiming Kanye had a listening party in Las Vegas where he teased some tracks from the upcoming project.

Whether the Vegas listening session actually happened, we can't say. But what we do know is there seems to be a listening session for Donda planned for Thursday. 

That's according to posts shared on Instagram by rapper Pusha T and events promoter Live Nation. 

"Kanye West presents Donda," the post, shared on Monday, reads. It includes a date (Thursday 22 July), time (20:00) and venue (Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta), but that's about it. 

Donda follows Kanye's 2016 album, Life of Pablo. The rapper has teased the project for months, initially naming it God's Country but later changing it to Donda, after his late mom, Donda West. 

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