The rapper is adamant on ownership.
Kanye West has always had a special comfort level for airing out his grievances on Twitter. Last night, he indulged in yet another tweetstorm, refusing to release new music until the dissolution of his record contract and demanding apologies from Drake and J. Cole.
This morning, the rapper followed up on last night’s tweets by sharing a screenshot of a message with an unknown person discussing options to release himself from his deals with Universal Music Group and Sony/ATV Music Publishing. The individual also warned that since Taylor Swift’s masters were reportedly bought for $300 million, the purchase of his own masters would be much more ambitious and expensive. “Remember that if you re-recorded these songs you could own these new masters outright,” the person suggested.
After being presented with different legal options, West was firm. “I’m not open to any form of business