Kanye West levitates above Atlanta Stadium during second ‘Donda’ listening event Kim Kardashian attended

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Kanye west did the whole show for her second album listening event held on Thursday.

“The Donda Album Release” took place at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, where the 44-year-old rapper performed an updated version of “Donda” and put on some impressive staging.

West was in the center of the stage with the spotlight on him when he made the daring gesture of lying on his back and flying above the stadium using a metal device.

West has levitated out of the dome of the arena where he is said to have lived for the past two weeks. His song “No Child Left Behind” played in the background.

KANYE WEST ANNOUNCES 2ND ‘DONDA’ LISTENING EVENT BEFORE ALBUM RELEASE

Fans previously expected the album to be released on July 23, after West’s first night of listening at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

The album’s release date has been pushed back to August, so West can add the finishing touches to his highly anticipated project.

The first in the West star the listening event would have broken a world record for live broadcast on Apple Music with over 3.3 million viewers.

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Fans couldn’t get enough of West’s latest stunt, taking to Twitter with reactions. One user called the moment “iconic” and another dubbed it the “greatest living artist”.

Kim Kardashian was also present for the event. West’s future ex-wife had her children in tow for the first listen to “Donda,” even last month.

Reportedly, Kardashian, 40, again matched West on Thursday by wearing an all-black ensemble. Last month, the KKW Beauty founder wore a red jumpsuit, matching her ex, which wore a red puffer jacket and red pants.

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Kardashian filed for divorce from West in February. They share four children: North, 8, Saint, 5, Chicago, 3, and Psalm, 2.



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