Kanye West’s new album “Donda“ features some creative input from shock rocker Marilyn Manson.
Earlier this week a spokesperson for Marilyn Manson confirmed that he would be involved with Kanye’s new album, telling Newsweek, “Marilyn Manson‘s voice is featured on ‘DONDA‘, and he will continue to conceptually collaborate with Ye on the ‘DONDA‘ project.”
Manson doesn’t supply vocals to the track “Jail“, however he does have a co-writing credit for the song. You can find a stream of it below.
As also reported, Manson recently made his first public appearance at the album’s Chicago listening party since numerous accusations of abuse toward women by the singer came to light by more than a dozen women this past February. Four of those women have since filed suit against the singer, with his lawyers “labeling them as co-conspirators.”
Among the women suing Manson are his ex-girlfriend Esmé Bianco, his former personal assistant Ashley Walters, his former girlfriend Ashley Morgan Smithline and a woman who has chosen to remain anonymous.
The allegations against Manson came to light in February, and were led by his his ex-fiancée, actress Evan Rachel Wood. Over sixteen women have since publicly come out and made disturbing allegations against Manson.