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This is the moment we all been waiting for. Ty Dolla Sign recently informed his fans on his upcoming collaborative album with Kanye West, stating on Twitter "I just landed on a flight from Saudi Arabia. I've been out there recording a part of my album with my brother, Ye. And that's coming real soon."

As Ty was looking for valuable distributors for his new 
project, a planned listening event on Nov. 3rd, got canceled. In the light of recent events, Kanye West's project has commanded widespread attention, not only for its artistic merit but also for the rapper's breakaway from the conventional label system. Having bid farewell to Def Jam in 2021, West's current label-free status has allowed him the freedom to chart his own creative course. The rapper made a number of anti-Semitic comments on Twitter and during his interview with Tucker Carlson on Fox News.

Rick Ross immediately noticed an opportunity on the table, given his already known interest in signing the Chicago native to his Maybach Music Groups. He said, "I just had an amazing idea, a boss idea. This is something that's extremely realistic to me. We've created amazing masterpieces in the past. The boss, Ricky Rozay, I'm interested in signing Kanye West. Maybach Music. Ye, what's up? Talk to me. Let's make history baby."

Kanye West has chosen distinctive recording settings, exemplified by his creation of "ye" in Wyoming and portions of "Donda" at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. The latter achieved RIAA platinum certification in 2022 and showcased collaborations with a diverse lineup, including Lil Durk, Vory, Lil Baby, The Weeknd, JAY-Z, and DaBaby, among others.

On a parallel note, Ty Dolla Sign's most recent project materialized as "Cheers to the Best Memories" alongside DVSN This 11-track LP featured guest contributions from YG, Mac Miller, and Rauw Alejandro, highlighting Ty Dolla Sign's ability to curate a compelling musical experience with a mix of talented collaborators.