Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign Praised by Wiz Khalifa Over 'Vultures 1' After Album's No. 1 Debut
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The 'All of the Lights' rapper and the 'Expensive' spitter receive a supportive message from the 'Black and Yellow' hitmaker after releasing their collaborative album.

AceShowbiz - Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign have been showered with praise by Wiz Khalifa over their new collaborative album. The "All of the Lights" rapper and the "Expensive" spitter received a supportive message from the "Black and Yellow" hitmaker shortly after the "Vultures 1" album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart.

On Monday, February 19, Wiz took to X, formerly known as Twitter, to voice his opinions on Ye and Ty's latest record. In a tweet, the 36-year-old hip-hop artist wrote, "I'm super hype for Ty." He went on to exclaim, "Him and Ye's album slaps uncontrollably."

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Wiz Khalifa praised Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign over their latest album.

Many other Twitter users appeared to have agreed with Wiz's statement since the tweet received more than 3 thousands of likes. Furthermore, others candidly shared their thoughts on the album on the same social media platform.

One in particular stated, "Still on repeat for sure. I'm no where near tired of it. Aging good." Another shared, "Listening to the album and I couldn't take SOMETHING NEW outta my mind fr. He deserves." Similarly, a third wrote, "Same, can't wait to hear the others." A fourth, in the meantime, noted, "Ty Dolla Sign not getting enough credit for the album."

The positive responses came less than two weeks after Ye and Ty unleashed their collaborative album titled "Vultures 1". The set, which was dropped on February 10, consists of 16 tracks, including "Good (Don't Die)", "Keys to My Life", "Back to Me" and "Beg Forgiveness".

The record, which was briefly removed from Apple Music, iTunes and Apple Music charts due to a distribution issue, also includes "Vultures" that was alleged by Ozzy Osbourne to have featured a sample of "Iron Man" without consent. In addition, "Good (Don't Die)" was scrubbed from Spotify due to "copyright infringement," as alleged by Donna Summer's estate.

Though so, "Vultures 1" made it atop the Billboard 200 chart for the first time only a little over one week after its release. It earned 148,000 equivalent album units in the chart dated February 24.

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