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Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign have officially released their new single "Vultures." However, the streaming version is sans Lil Durk, leaving some fans upset.
Kanye West Releases "Vultures" Minus Durk Verse
The rollout for Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign's joint album appears to be officially underway. On Wednesday (Nov. 22), the newly formed duo released the single "Vultures" featuring Bump J on DSPs. Last week, a snippet of the song was leaked and the track was played on Chicago's Power 92 radio station, which featured a verse from Lil Durk. The official version, however, is missing the contribution from Durkio.
Fans React to Missing Durk Verse
Fans have been vocal on social media about Smurk being cut from the final edition.
"Kanye and Ty Dolla Sign dropped Vultures on streaming. But with no Lil Durk verse," one fan on X, formerly known as Twitter, posted along with a crying emoji.
"Crazy that Lil Durk got kicked off Kanye West's Vultures even tho he carried and had the best verse," someone else opined.
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