Ty Dolla $ign called out Apple Music for what he says is the inadequate promotion of his and Kanye West’s album “Vultures 1.”

Ty Dolla $Ign Calls Out Apple Music For Lack Of Promotion Of "Vultures 1" Album

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He shared his frustration on Kanye West’s Instagram Stories, showing that the album wasn’t in the top section of Apple Music.

He mentioned they weren’t featured in “new music” or “best new songs” sections.

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However, he pointed out that “Vultures 1” did make it onto the Apple Music charts with one of its songs in the Top Songs chart.

Apple Music removed the album just five days after its release due to copyright issues. The album, including the song “Carnival” which was at No. 1 on the Top 100: Global chart, was briefly removed from Apple Music and iTunes.

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Donna Summer’s estate sued Ye for using a sample of her work on the album without permission.

The estate filed a lawsuit against Kanye West, his record label, collaborator Ty Dolla $ign, and others. They claim that West made an unauthorized imitation of Summer’s song “I Feel Love”.

The estate says they refused West’s request to use the sample for the track “Good (Don’t Die)” because of his controversial reputation. However, the track with the sample still ended up on the album.

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