On Monday (January 31), the 44-year-old rapper shared his views on non-fungible tokens in a social media post.
The Donda the rapper – who has legally changed his name to Ye – says that he is currently focusing on building products “in the real world” rather than digital.
“My focus is on building real products in the real world. Real food. Real clothes. Real shelter,” he wrote.
“Don’t ask me to do anything other than NFT,” he added.
However, Ye added that fans should “ask me later,” hinting that the “Follow God” rapper may be open to getting involved with NFT in one way or another in the future.
Last week, it was revealed that West’s 11th studio album would be released in February.
The album produced by rapper Future will be titled Donda 2. It’s a sequel to a much delayed movie Donda, was released in August.
Ye’s Digital Nas collaborator revealed in a Rolling Stone interviewed on Monday that singer Marilyn Manson – who was accused of abuse by many women – is working closely with rapper “Praise God” on his new album.
Revealing details of Manson’s involvement in Ye’s album, Digital Nas stated that “[Ye] didn’t want Marilyn to play rap music”.
“He wanted Marilyn to play what he made, and then Ye would take parts of it and sample parts of it and use parts of it just like he did. [generally when making] Yeezus, “I said.
https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/music/news/kanye-west-nft-donda-2-b2004787.html Kanye West tells fans not to ask him to ‘do af *** ing NFT’