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Surprisingly, a mini documentary showing Kanye West making his 2021 album “DONDA” has surfaced online.

It is unclear how the short video made its way to the internet but in the visual, we can see Ye working on his classic 10th studio album along with various engineers, producers and collaborators including Pusha T, Rick Rubin, Playboi Carti and Mike Dean.

The clip runs just a little under five minutes showed up as the lone upload on a YouTube channel named BRND.

Artistically edited, the surfaced documentary shows scenes of Ye in the studio and backstage during his first listening event for “DONDA.” A major part of the video highlights the unique aspect of Ye taking over the Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta, the location of the show, and the place where he mastered the album.

At one point, we can see the Chicago musician on a phone call where he says that whoever doesn’t attend the much talked about event at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome will be removed from the album.

“Everybody that’s not here, I’m taking they verses off. So I’m taking Jay-Z verse off, I’m taking—there’s anybody not here, unfortunately, they’re not on this version,” Ye says. “How do you even describe these kind of conversations bro?”

Press play and watch the documentary showing Ye making “DONDA” below.

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