Ye and Ty Dolla $ign Release Trailer for "Vultures" Video and Announces Three Release Dates

You won’t be able to stream Kanye West and Ty Dolla Sign’s “Good (Don’t Die)” on Spotify. The single was removed from the app following a Donna Summer Estate complaint.

According to Billboard, the single interpolated parts of Summer’s 1977 “I Feel Love.” After the release, the estate claimed copyright infringement and disapproved of the use.

“Kanye West… asked permission to use Donna Summer’s song I Feel Love, he was denied… he changed the words, had someone re sing it or used AI but it’s I Feel Love… copyright infringement!!!” the estate wrote online.

Earlier in the week, Ozzy Osbourne revealed he would not clear a sample for Ye and Ty Dolla Sign because the former was an “antisemite.”

The newly released album “Vultures” has already garnered significant popularity shortly after its release, sparking curiosity about how much the artists have managed to earn on music platforms in this brief period. According to the comparison team at CasinoSpotNL, on Spotify, Ty Dolla $ign’s top favorite tracks include “CARNIVAL” with 20,882,946 streams, “TALKING” with 15,416,080 streams, and “FUK SUMN” with 14,608,812 streams, collectively earning $205,776.93. This remarkable achievement is from just one music platform and only three tracks.

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