Alert! Kanye West Just Teased His New Song in a Moving Commercial with Sha'Carri Richardson

Alert! Kanye West Just Teased His New Song in a Moving Commercial with Sha'Carri Richardson

07/21/2021

Kanye West is about to release new music (!!!!) and teased his next song in a Beats by Dre commercial starring Sha’Carri Richardson (which Kanye directed). On top of that, the release date for his album Donda was also dropped and it’s literally going down this Friday.

Kanye’s new song “No Child Left Behind” was used in the ad, which aired during Game 6 of the NBA Finals and features poignant footage of Sha’Carri preparing for a race. The 21-year-old sprinter was recently unfairly suspended from the Olympic team due to testing positive for THC, prompting a massive outpouring of support from celebrities, politicians, and fellow athletes.

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As the commercial notes, Donda will premiere Thursday night at a listening event at Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia. The event is sold out, but don’t worry, it’ll be simultaneously live streamed literally all around the world thanks to Apple.

Kanye also hopped back on Instagram earlier in the day on Tuesday to tease fans about the release of his new music, posting a series of photos of himself wearing necklaces featuring the names of his children, North, Saint, Chicago, and Psalm.

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He and his ex Kim Kardashian are currently co-parenting their kids, and recently went on a joint family outing to the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco, where a source says they had an amazing time as a family. “It was a treat for the little ones and everyone enjoyed the entire experience,” the source explained. “They were incredibly gracious and very appreciative. They had a really great time with the kids and everyone looked really happy and in a good mood. The kids were running around and laughing.”

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