Within the last week, Kanye West has set the Internet on fire with bombastic tweets supporting President Donald Trump. The Chicago native also added insult to injury in a photo of him sporting a “Make America Great Again” hat.
Just a few hours before West professed his "love" for Trump, he made it clear that he's supporting the controversial personality despite anyone's opinion.
Amid the controversy, The Life of Pablo rapper is focused on the release of new music. In total, he’s reportedly working on five different albums. TMZ reports that West invited the website's leader Harvey Levin to his office after a few sources told the news site the rapper/producer was acting erratically. Reportedly, West spent two hours with music executives as they watched him work, and explain the concepts behind the project’s release.
Pusha T’s album is set to come out on May 25 followed by West’s album, then his musical venture with Kid Cudi (Kids See Ghost), as well as Nas and Teyana Taylor’s projects. Each album will be produced by West. The album is allegedly not being released on Tidal or any other streaming services but instead intended to be out everywhere.
West also played a few bars for his audience during the meeting; there's no telling if these will be included on any of his forthcoming albums.