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EXCLUSIVE: All You Need To Know About Kanye West’s New Album ‘DONDA’

Richest World Rapper “Kanye West’, Just Dropped His Most anticipated Album. DONDA got Many People’s attention, as it’s being anticipated for years.

The Album is Rated as Gospel Album, but Yeezy Made a Wonderful Project. He Gave Excuse of Delaying it’s Release, as He Clearly Said “It’s Verse DaBaby’s Late it”.

Kanye West finally dropped DONDA this morning, after a turbulent one-month rollout that tested a lot of people’s patience. Regardless, the album is finally here and it sounds amazing. The tracklist is filled with some dope gospel-inspired production, that merges together Kanye’s vintage sound with a more contemporary spin. There are also a plethora of dope features on the album, and fans can’t help but be impressed. [Via]

Artists like Jay-Z, Roddy Ricch, Playboi Carti, Fivio Foreign, Travis Scott, Don Toliver, Kid Cudi, and more are found all the way throughout the album, and it has fans deciphering every song and lyric.

Kanye West & Jay Z Performing

Kanye West & Jay Z Performing

As of right now, there are 27 songs on the album, however, one of them is blacked out. The song in question is “Jail Pt. 2” which is the version of the song with DaBaby. The artist’s manager is reportedly not clearing the track, which is ultimately why the song can’t be placed on streaming services.

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In the meantime, the entire feature and production list have been revealed. Thanks to HipHopNMore, we now have a comprehensive list of everyone who contributed to this project. As you will see down below, producers like 88 Keys, Ojivolta, Mike Dean, BoogzDaBeast, Cubeatz, Digital Nas, and more can be found delivering some gorgeous sounds to this project. Overall, these contributions come together beautifully, and some tracks will have you feeling emotional.

You can check out the full extent of the credits, below.

1. ‘Donda Chant’ (Ft. Syleena Johnson)
Prod by Kanye West

2. ‘Jail’ (Ft. Francis & The Lights & Jay-Z)
Prod by 88 Keys, Dem Jointz, Kanye West, Mike Dean, Ojivolta & Sean Solymar

3. ‘God Breathed’ (Ft. Vory)
Prod by Allday, Arrow, E. Vax, Kanye West & Ojivolta

4. ‘Off The Grid’ (Ft. Playboi Carti & Fivio Foreign)
Prod by 30 Roc, AyoAA, David & Eli, Kanye West, Ojivolta & Sloane

5. ‘Hurricane’ (Ft. Lil Baby & The Weeknd)
Prod by BoogzDaBeast, DJ Khalil, Kanye West, Mike Dean, Ojivolta & Ronny J

6. ‘Praise God’ (Ft. Baby Keem & Travis Scott)
Prod by 30 Roc, Kanye West, Mike Dean, Ojivolta, Sloane & Zen Tachi

7. ‘Jonah’ (Ft. Lil Durk & Vory)
Prod by Audi, DrtWrk, Kanye West & Mike Dean

8. ‘Ok Ok’ (Ft. Fivio Foreign & Lil Yachty)
Prod by Boi-1da & Kanye West

9. ‘Junya’ (Ft. Playboi Carti)
Prod by Digital Nas, Kanye West, Ojivolta & Roark Bailey

10. ‘Believe What I Say’
Prod by BoogzDaBeast, Dem Jointz, FNZ, Kanye West & Ojivolta

11. ’24’ (Ft. Vory)
Prod by AllDay, Cory Henry, Kanye West, Ojivolta, Warryn Campbell

12. ‘Remote Control’ (Ft. Young Thug)
Prod by 88 Keys, Cubeatz, Digital Nas, Mike Dean, Kanye West, Ojivolta

13. ‘Moon’ (Ft. Don Toliver & Kid Cudi)
Prod by Kanye West, BoogzDaBeast, E. Vax, DJ Khalil

14. ‘Heaven And Hell’
Prod by 88 Keys, Cubeatz, Wallis lane, Mike Dean, Kanye West, Ojivolta

15. ‘Donda’ (Ft. Ariana Grande & Tony Williams)
Prod by BoogzDaBeast, FNZ, Kanye West, Ojivolta

16. ‘Keep My Spirit Alive’ (Ft. Conway The Machine, KayCyy & Westside Gunn)
Prod by BoogzDaBeast, FNZ, Kanye West, Ojivolta

17. ‘Jesus Lord’ (Ft. The LOX, Jay Electronica & Swizz Beatz)
Prod by Gesaffelstein, Kanye West, Mike Dean, Swizz Beatz

18. ‘New Again’ (Ft. Chris Brown)
Prod by Wallis lane, Mia Wallis, 88 Keys, Kanye West, Ojivolta, BoogzDaBeast

19. ‘Tell The Vision’ (Ft. Pop Smoke)
Prod by BoogzDaBeast, FNZ, Kanye West, Ojivolta

20. ‘Lord I Need You’
Prod by BoogzDaBeast, FNZ, Kanye West, Ojivolta, Wheezy

21. ‘Pure Souls’ (Ft. Roddy Ricch & Shenseea)
Prod by 88 Keys, Bastian Volkel, BoogzDaBeast, Kanye West, Fyaman, Kanye West, Ojivolta, Shuko, Sucuki

22. ‘Come To Life’
Prod by Kanye West, Mike Dean, BoogzDaBeast, Warryn Campbell, Jeff Bhasker

23. ‘No Child Left Behind’ (Ft. Sunday Service & Vory)
Prod by Gesaffelstein, Kanye West, BoogzDaBeast, Cashmere Brown

24. ‘Jail Pt. 2’ (Ft. DaBaby)
Prod by 88 Keys, Dem Jointz, Kanye West, Mike Dean, Ojivolta & Sean Solymar

25. ‘Ok Ok pt 2’
Prod by Boi-1da, Kanye West, Louis Bell

26. ‘Junya pt 2’ (Ft. Playboi Carti & Ty Dolla Sign)
Prod by Digital Nas, Kanye West, Ojivolta

27. ‘Jesus Lord pt 2’
Prod by Gesaffelstein, Kanye West, Mike Dean, Swizz Beatz

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The “Ruthless” recording artist has been promoting “Care” on his Instagram page relentlessly, making sure the song connects with the right audience. “THANK YOU TO EVERYONE APART OF THIS AND ALLOWING IT TO COME TOGETHER THE WAY THAT IT DID,” he captioned a recent post, providing his followers with a sneak peak of the visual.

You can check out the full video for “Care” below, and stay tuned to 360Hausa for updates on new releases from midwxst and your other favourite artists.

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EXCLUSIVE: Backlash Trails Nollywood Movie On Zazzau Princess (Amina The Movie )

Amina The Movie, Backlash Trails Nollywood Movie On Zazzau Princess. Amina the movie was premiered on Netflix, for streaming on November 4, 2021 after a long wait.

The film is a historic movie centered on Zazzau Princess, Queen Amina. Who reigned in the 16th Century, and history had it that she led men to war and conquered many towns.

The movie was produced by Okechukwu Ogunjiofor and directed by Izu Ojukwu with many stars from Northern Nigeria such as Ali Nuhu, Asabe Madaki, among others.

Daily Trust Saturday watched the trailer of the movie, in which the Princess (Lucy Ameh) was seen as a young girl telling her father, the Emir of Zazzau (Abu Chris Gbakann) that she wants to be a warrior. “I desire to know how to use weapons like one of your soldiers, Baba,” Amina said to her dad.

In another scene, a member of the council, Magaji Mjinyawa, was seen telling the emir not to allow Amina to join the army. He said, “No woman has ever dreamt of joining the Zazzau’s armies,” to which the Emir replied, “I am disposed to see how proficient she, in particular, turns out to be.”

However, the movie has generated a debate in the entertnment cycle, especially among northern viewers, whom in most cases say that the movie doesn’t truly represent Queen Amina and her culture.

Dr Furera Bagel, a Lecturer at Bauchi State University, wrote on her Facebook page, “I finally got the chance to watch the much awaited Amina movie on Netflix. I must say that although the director has tried in his attempt to portray the warrior queen I was afraid that he would not do the movie justice when I saw these words on the screen before the movie even began, “At a time when women were subjugated”. Come on! We are talking about a queen who ruled men and led them to war!”

She added that there are many historical inaccuracies and mistakes in the movie, such as, when the Igala regent addressed Madakin Zazzau as “My friend from the desert!” Dr Furera notes that Zazzau can’t be a desert. “Even Maiduguri is not desert!” she noted.

“The kusugu well situated in a bush, when even in the Bayajidda legend, it was the only well in Daura. It should be in town. The sarki holds a staff of office. It was the British that introduced that so it didn’t exist during that period. The chief priestess of Zazzau pronouncing it as Zowzow,” she said, among other mistakes she noted.

She, however, said she was impressed, “by some of the costumes, architecture, makeup and decorations in the palace, especially the sarki’s quarters.”

“I wish Kannywood could attempt even something close,” she concluded.

One Ahmed Musa Husaini wrote, “The highly-anticipated and much-hyped Netflix release ‘Amina’ was a complete disappointment: below standard cinematography, zero historical and cultural relevance, poor screenplay, embarrassing costume design and blundering misrepresentation of ancient Zazzau’s history. Just a typical Nollywood movie with a Netflix cover! Even Kannywood can do better.”

Dandelion Dumas, who couldn’t hide his displeasure said, “#Amina the movie on Netflix was a grave mistake, it seems so rushed that they forgot to dig more or do a thorough research, they reduced the storyline to a regular Nollywood asaba movie.

“That’s not how to give an account of a warrior (Queen Amina of Zazzau) who ruled and expanded her territory using her military skills for years. Telling a story that’s long become a cliche requires more than the resources and creative liberty that produced this thing on Netflix.

“Watched the movie, I felt disrespect for potraying the legendary Queen Amina in such bad light.”

Nasir Jajere said, “I wasted my time on this movie. So many historical inaccuracies, mix up of pre-Islamic and post-Jihad cultural practices of the Zazzau people. Burning of the dead is unafrican, especially when done in Hindu-style. Yes, Zazzau is still not a desert and the Igalas never used Danjuma in those days. This is what you get when a movie misses the censorship board. I wonder how Kannywood actors feel featuring in Nollywood movies that promote deep-rooted prejudices and reinforce historical inaccuracies of their own people,” he said.

Ibrahim Sheme, the publisher of the popular Kannyood magazine, ‘Mujallar Fim’ shared Dr Bagel’s review, and said, “This is a fine review, balanced too. I have forwarded it to the director of the movie, Izu Ojukwu, and to the lead actress, Lucy Ameh. I also drew the attention of a few who acted in it, such as Ali Nuhu, Lynn Chukwurah and Asabe Madaki. There is always a latent peril in non-indigenes producing a movie on other cultures, though it is not entirely incorrect to do so (many movies have been produced by Hollywood and Bollywood about other people, e.g. Mel Gibson’s ‘Apocalypto’ and ‘The Passion of the Christ’ and Moustapha Akkad’s ‘The Lion of the Desert’). However, it is important to involve the indigenes and experts like historians as consultants, at least for fact-checking. Izu may have done that on this movie, but I daresay he did not do enough, and he and his crew must have been in a hurry to finish it – the Nigerian way. Hence the glaring errors.”

This is a challenge to Kannywood producers – Muhsin Ibrahim

Speaking to Daily Trust Saturday when contacted Dr. Muhsin Ibrahim, a lecturer at the University Of Cologne, Germany, who authored the first book on Kannywood and who has been commenting on Kannywood issues for over a decade, noted that this is a big challenge to Kannywood mainstream producers.

He referred to what he wrote about Kannywood producers missing important opportunities in their backyard. “Alien’ filmmakers continue challenging Kannywood by exploiting their dominant language (Hausa), region (northern Nigeria) and stories. It’s high time Kannywood abandoned Bollywood-like movies. They should explore more serious, abundant subject matters in their surroundings. Hausa, as a language, has given them the edge over Nollywood whose films are majorly in English. They are yet to realise this fact,” he said.

Though, the movie has received a lot of backlash, some fans appreciate the movie. For Chinedu Amah, he said,  “Finally got to see Amina the movie, I like the attempt at artistry, the sets looked really beautiful. They could have worked on some those accents too, but maybe that’s because I’m used to the accent. I enjoyed the story, quite different from the regular stuff you find from Nollywood. And err while I could tell some of the special effects weren’t super I think the attempt is respectable. The fight sequences seemed neat too. We need to tell more stories like this, there’s more to Nigeria that native doctors and fast money. Kudos to the team.”

Kannywood producer reacts

Reacting, a popular Kannywood producer, Alhaji Naziru Dan Hajiya who produced popular movies like ‘Kar ki manta da ni’ and many more said, “I heard about the reviews and comments people have made regarding the movie Amina. I Understand that the movie contains some historical inaccuracies.”

On the issue that the Kannywood industry should be blamed, Dan Hajiya said, “Yes, our problem is that we don’t go the extra mile to get this kind of big stories.”

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Mayorkun  is here with another impressive visualizer titled “Soldier Boy”.

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