Kanye West shares the first propose roster for his planned streaming service, Yeezy Sound. The rapper trademarked the service’s name in 2017.
The Chicago born rapper has been talking about his own streaming platform. Since 2016 and trademarked it’s name in 2017.
Earlier today in a tweet Kanye posted “Yeezy Sound Roster Proposal.” Kanye West shares a picture of a pad of paper with “Yeezy Sound” written at the top. And a list of artists following beneath.
They includes Mississippi underground hip-hop duo Abstract Mindstate, G.O.O.D. Musci’s CyHi The Prince, jazz drummer Tony Williams, Pusha T and No Malice’s Clipse, and himself.
Moreover, the picture also included the name KC, which could also mean Kid Cudi, which has been speculated could refer to K-Ci of Jodeci, and his daughter North West.
Check out his tweet below.
Kanye West’s plans Yeezy Sound reportedly include exclusive video content. Also music and the capability to stream TV. It is not yet known when he plans to launch the service or if more artists will be added to the roster.
Earlier on 10th July the rapper shared three new freestyles yesterday. That saw him tackle drug addiction, the death penalty, religion, and more.
As part of an interview with Forbes, an interview suggested to him on one of them: “I think you have got your campaign song there.” West replied: “Oh, we got more than that. We got way more.”
On July 4 Kanye West announced that he was running for president in 2020. He also revealed his party name, which is called “The Birthday Party.”
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