Kanye West Planning to Perform New Album With Ty Dolla $ign at Concert in Italy

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Kanye West and his team are working to produce a concert in Italy to promote the rapper’s upcoming collaborative album with Ty Dolla $ign, Billboard has learned.

West, who now goes by Ye, is scheduled to perform the new album alongside Ty Dolla $ign at an undisclosed location in Italy on Oct. 27, with tickets going on sale as early as Sunday (Oct. 15).


Billboard Italia previously reported that the show will be held at RCF Arena (formerly known as Campovolo) in Reggio Emilia, but that location hasn’t been confirmed by West’s camp. That gathering is expected to draw up to 100,000 people. The forthcoming performance would follow West’s surprise appearance at Travis Scott’s Circus Maximus concert in Rome on Aug. 7.

A representative for West has declined Billboard‘s request for comment. Billboard has also reached out to reps for Ty Dolla $ign.

West and Ty Dolla $ign are currently shopping for a partner to distribute their forthcoming collaborative album, sources tell Billboard. The new set was originally scheduled for release on Friday (Oct. 13), but it was pushed back and is expected to arrive in the coming weeks, according to sources.

The last time West and Ty Dolla $ign released a collaboration was “Junya Pt 2” on Ye’s 2021 album, Donda. Before that, they worked together on Ty Dolla $ign’s “Ego Death” (2020) and on West’s “Everything We Need” (2019), “Real Friends” (2016) and “Only One” (2014).

This story is developing.

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