Kanye West & Ty Dolla $ign‘s Vultures 1 has been removed from Apple Music & iTunes charts — where it had debuted at no. 1 — after the project has briefly disappeared from both platforms.

The highly anticipated and long-delayed project arrived on early Friday morning (February 9), but was notably unavailable on Spotify, where it finally dropped at some point on Saturday (February 10).

However, around midday on Saturday, NFR Podcast reported on X (formerly Twitter) that the project had seemingly been pulled from Apple Music. With the project no longer available to Apple customers, it has also been pulled from charts across the brands music formats, where it had previously reached no. 1, per Chart Data.

As As of this writing, Vultures 1 remained inaccessible on Tidal and YouTube Music, but was seemingly re-released to Apple Music on Saturday afternoon. It can also still be streamed on Spotify.

Shortly following the project’s release, Kanye West shared a group chat between himself, producer Traxster and Create Music Group co-founder Wayne Hampton, in which the two voiced their concerns about the project’s status on Spotify.

However, he has not mentioned any changes to the project, nor have fans pointed out a difference between the current version and the original iteration of Vulture 1.

What fans did notice immediately upon the album’s release however, was Quavo’s absence on the song “Fuk Sumn.”

On Wednesday (February 7), fans on X, formerly known as Twitter, were hyped about the track dropping, and were especially excited to hear Huncho’s verse on it. But when the project arrived two days later, it the album version of “Fuk Sumn” — which also features Playboi Carti and Travis Scott — was Quavo-free.

Kanye West Boasts Of ‘Keep[ing] A Few Jews On The Staff’ In ‘Vultures 1’ Opener

Kanye West Boasts Of ‘Keep[ing] A Few Jews On The Staff’ In ‘Vultures 1’ Opener

“kanye robbed quavo by taking him off fuk sumn,” wrote one fan. “i don’t give a single fuck about carti, travis or even kanye’s verse on here, quavo was carrying the song bro [frown face emoji] SHYYYYT.”

“fuk sumn is actually terrible man, why did kanye remove the quavo verse,” wrote another fan, echoing the common sentiment.

In related news, two musical icons have now called Ye out for sampling their music on this album after being explicitly told that he couldn’t.

In an Instagram Story post that dropped on Saturday (February 10), the estate of disco legend Donna Summer — who died in 2012 — said that West didn’t obtain permission for the use of “I Feel Love” — the 1977 classic track co-written by Summer, producer Giorgio Moroder, and Peter Bellotte — on his song “Good (Don’t Die).”

“Kanye West asked permission to use Donna Summer song,  ‘I Feel Love,’ [but] he was denied,” the post read. “He changed the words, had someone re-sing it, or used AI but it’s ‘I Feel Love’…copyright infringement!”

The story posted by the Summer estate tagged Ozzy Osbourne’s wife, Sharon, in the post — seeming to allude to the Black Sabbath singer’s similarly lodged complaint against West, in which he accused the rapper of using a live sample of “Iron Man” after being denied the right to do so.





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