Just a day after the music Album Donda was released, Kanye West has claimed that the Universal Music Group released the album without his permission.
The album that was supposed to be released last year had finally come out on the 29th of August after a series of promotions that did not release the album.
Shortly after the album was released to the streaming service, West claimed that the Universal Music Group released the album without his permission.
He also further added that the Studios also blocked a song featuring DaBaby and Marilyn Manson from being on the record.
The track "Jail2" has been brought into controversy due to the involvement of both of the singers.
Marilyn Manson is currently facing allegations of sexual abuse. Actress Evan Rachel Wood has been saying, Manson abused her horrifically.
DaBaby was condemned for his homophobic remarks, for which he later apologized. However, the raper since then has been open to mock his critics and his so-called being "canceled."
West had alleged that DaBaby's manager, Arnold Taylor, was preventing the track from getting cleared by refusing to contact him and his staff.
Taylor stated that he had not received any phone calls from West and that he erased the music "two seconds after receiving it."
Despite West's objections, Jail 2 and the remainder of his 27-track album, which is named for his late mother and died in 2007, have subsequently been released on streaming services.