- US superstar Kanye West has decided to take the Donda listening sessions to his own hometown of Chicago
- The rapper has announced that the third listening party of the highly anticipated project will take place in his hometown's Soldier Field
- The award-winning musician's manager promised fans that the artist will drop the album after the Chicago event
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Kanye West is taking his Donda listening party to his hometown of Chicago, US. The rapper has hosted two album listening sessions in Atlanta but it is still not clear when he will drop the highly-anticipated project for the whole world.
He reportedly took to social media to announce that the third event will take place at Soldier Field in his hometown. The event is set to take place on 26 August.
According to Complex, Yeezy posted the party's poster on his Instagram but he has since deleted it. According to the publication, the superstar's manager Abou 'Bu' Thiam gave stans hope that he will drop the album after the event.
Bu, who also reportedly posted the announcement on his own account, took to the comments section to reply to a few fans asking when Ye would drop the project.
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Some tweeps also took to Complex's comment section on Twitter to share their thoughts on the third event.
"It seems like he's never going to release the album."
"Y’all really gon think he’s gonna drop it after this one too huh."
Kanye West makes R103m off Donda merch
In related news, YEN.com.gh previously reported that Kanye West made a whopping $7 million on Donda merchandise during his second listening party at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta a few days ago.
Even though the star has not dropped the highly-anticipated album yet, he is surely making a profit while promoting it. He has held two listening events and has also racked in millions through ticket sales.
Complex reported that the US rapper's brand appears to be stronger than ever as he prepares to drop the new album. The publication reports that sources told Billboard that the recent event racked in $7 million from in-person merch sales.
Social media users took to the outlet's comment section on Twitter and shared mixed reactions to the news.