Kanye West leaks song titles from album Donda after sharing song featuring weed ban athlete Sha'Charri Richardson

KANYE West has leaked most of the song titles from his hotly-anticipated upcoming album Donda.

The rapper, 44, shared a black and white photo of himself sitting in front of a partially-obscured whiteboard featuring the track list.

Kanye faced away from the camera and wore a shirt that had "Donda" written on the back.

He shared the photo – which appeared to have been taken in a recording studio – on Instagram on Wednesday.

There are at least 15 songs written on the whiteboard, including No Child Left Behind, which he previewed in a Beats By Dre ad earlier this week.

Kanye had shared an earlier track list back in July last year and there are several differences between that one and the newest version.


Songs like Keep My Spirit Alive, Off The Grid, Lord I Need You and the title track have made the cut, but there are also new additions like We Made It and Pure Souls.

Kanye – who returned to Instagram this week after a lengthy hiatus – teased a snippet of No Child Left Behind in an ad starring track star Sha'Charri Richardson.

Earlier this month, it was revealed that Olympic hopeful Sha'Charri will not be heading to Tokyo for the Games as she was left off the US relay team after testing positive for THC.

Read our Kanye West album live blog for the latest updates

In Kanye's video, Sha'Carri, 21, worked up a sweat as Kanye sang: “He’s done miracles on me.”

Text then appeared onscreen that read: “Live Your Truth. DONDA Listening Event. Livestream on Apple Music. Thursday at 8PM ET.”

Prior to promoting his album, the last post Kanye had shared showed him voting for himself during the United States Presidential election last fall.


As of Thursday, the only person he follows on Instagram is his ex-wife, KUWTK star Kim, 40 – who filed for divorce in February after six years of marriage.

The Sun exclusively revealed on Monday that Kanye broke down in tears at his album launch after playing a song about his divorce from Kim.

His new track Welcome to my Life includes lyrics about his tough last two years, which included his split from the reality star, a meltdown on Twitter and his failed bid to become US President.

In the song, he likens his and Kim’s marital home in Calabasas, LA, to jail, rapping: “Tell the assassins I escaped from Calabasas.”

A source at the listening party in Las Vegas, said: “It’s a very deep, sad song about Kanye, with him reflecting on his marriage with Kim.

“He talks about the kids and mentions her taking everything. After he played this song he paused for like, two minutes, and cried. It was really sombre.”

Kanye held the party for his tenth album, Donda – named after his late mother – at the US city’s ChurchLV, for Christians.

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