West made a claim not long after the collection was at last delivered on web-based features on Sunday.
He also claimed Universal had “blocked” a song including DaBaby and Marilyn Manson from being on the record.
“Universal put my collection out without my endorsement and they hindered Jail 2 from being on the collection,” he wrote.
Universal has not given a remark.
The track is referred to incorporates commitments from DaBaby and Marilyn Manson, both of whose contribution to Donda has caused controversy.
Manson is at present confronting various charges of sexual abuse, which he denies. In February Manson was dropped by his record mark following cases by actress Evan Rachel Wood that she was “horrifically awfully abused” by the artist.
Meanwhile, DaBaby was criticized over a line of homophobic comments made at the Rolling Loud celebration in Miami last month. The rapper at first apologized then erased his statement of regret, and has since seemed to deride his being “dropped”.
The rapper later said the remarks were “terrible and setting off”, and that he appreciated the “schooling” he has gotten since.
DaBaby was taken out from the line-ups of a few US live events and dropped by attire organization Boohoo subsequent to offering his underlying remarks.
West had before guaranteed DaBaby’s director, Arnold Taylor, was preventing the track from being cleared and wouldn’t speak with him or his group.
Taylor said he had not gotten any calls from West, and that he cleared the tune inside “two seconds of getting it”.
Regardless of West’s fights, Jail 2 has since shown up on web-based features alongside the remainder of his 27-track collection, which is named after his late mother, who died in 2007.
Different artisans to highlight on the collection incorporate The Weeknd, Travis Scott, Lil Baby, Kid Cudi, Jay Electronica, and Young Thug.