Kanye West Insists He Will Never Sell ‘The Life of Pablo’ on iTunes
With initial Grammy ceremonies underway, Kanye West continues to demand attention on Twitter.
He has asked "white publications" like Pitchfork, Rolling Stone and The New York Times to please "not comment on black music anymore." He continued, "The system is designed for colored people to fail and one of our only voices is music. One of our only ways out is music. Don't tell me Lebron had a bad game. What yo jump shot look like???"
"I love love love white people but you don't understand what it means to be the great grandson of ex slaves and make it this far," he added.
'Ye also says that his new The Life of Pablo album will "never never never" be on Apple and only on Tidal. Plus, all G.O.O.D. Friday songs will be available on Tidal.
Last night Kanye told the world he was practicing his Grammy speech before publicly asking Mark Zuckerberg, head of Facebook, to invest $1 million into Kanye's ideas. Doesn't seem like Zuckerberg has hit him back yet.
Kanye also shared his original, extensive plan for DONDA, but it's more of a flow chart that simply states what he wants to do without getting into how he'll do them. The ideas expressed encompass things like alternative energy sources, consumer finance, and hospitality.
With The Grammys on tonight, Kanye may very well be tweeting intermittently throughout the show. Check out his latest string of tweets below, and keep it locked right here, as we'll be updating you with anymore antics from Yeezy.
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