Kanye West’s ‘Nah Nah Nah’ Collaboration Featuring DaBaby, 2 Chainz Scrubbed From Streaming Services


Kanye West debuted “Nah Nah Nah” featuring DaBaby and 2 Chainz back in October 2020, followed by a remix in November of that year.

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As fans eagerly wait for the release of DONDA, they noticed that Ye’s latest musical effort no longer appears on streaming services.

It’s unclear if the removal of the song is correlated with the homophobic controversy DaBaby is entangled in. But it’s worth noting that the version without the Charlotte rapper was also scrubbed.


DONDA was originally scheduled for a July 23rd release date and then was pushed back to August 6th. The album didn’t see the light of day even after two monumental listening events at the Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia.

The tentative release date is August 13th and August 15th as per the iTunes Store and Apple Music, respectively.

Even Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is sitting at the edge of his seat for this collection and offered a suggestion that might please both parties. And…this is unlikely and maybe against the creative process…but it would be incredible if [Kanye West] put out Donda as it is now and continued to update it until he feels it’s ‘finished,’” Dorsey tweeted. “So we can all witness the work evolve in real time.”

Kanye West fans are definitely triggered by this moment which is reminiscent to his The Life of Pablo release in 2016.