Kanye West feels “so blessed” after ‘ye’ takes over Apple Music and Spotify charts

The top 7 songs on both services are taken from 'ye'

Kanye West has thanked fans after the entirety of ‘ye’ occupied the top 7 songs on both Apple Music and Spotify.

West released his 8th album ‘ye’ on Friday (June 1) after it was streamed to the world from an exclusive party in Jackson Hole, Wyoming on May 31.

It features an abundance of celebrity guests, including Kid Cudi, John Legend, Nicki Minaj, Young Thug and Ty Dolla $ign.

Writing on Twitter, West said he felt “so blessed” after all 7 songs from the album took over the charts on Apple Music and Spotify. You can see his tweet below.

Meanwhile, West revealed he scrapped an entire album after appearing on TMZ last month.

“I completely re-did the album after TMZ. We just sat there and really honed in on the words because now it’s all headlines, it’s like every bar can be used… you know, there’s even bars we had about that… I took a bar off the album.,” West revealed. “It was just too sensitive. It was about that topic. And I just let go. ‘I’m gonna just chill right now, let’s just keep making some music.’

“You know, I feel like, as a son, and as a family member of the world … that’s the reason why the world won’t let me go because I’m just a family member. They might disagree with me, but I’m family. I’ve been here for 15 years, 18 years, and you know, I feel like the best thing I could do is sit there, and go in that studio, and keep chopping that thing that only I know how to do and only me and my crew know how to do.”