“Do not ask me to do a fucking NFT”

Kanye West made it clear that he is committed to physical art forms and declared on social media that there will be no artists who release non-fungible tokens or NFTs.

“My focus is on building real products in the real world,” the rapper – who is legally known as Ye – wrote in a handwritten letter posted to his Instagram page today (February 1). He cites “real food”, “real clothes”And “real shelter”As three of his current focal point, before making a very clear request of his fans: “Do not ask me to do a fucking NFT.”

West isn’t barring the possibility of exploring the option later, though, with his letter ending, “Ask me later.”

Though he’s adamant on keeping off the blockchain for now, West has utilised digital formats in the past. He declared his that in 2013 ‘Yeezus’ album would mark the end of the physical CD – and while its follow-up, 2016’s ‘The Life Of Pablo’, has indeed remained exclusive to digital formats, all three of West’s subsequent albums have been released on CD and vinyl.

Crypto collectors are hoping to collect for now “own”Official ‘Donda 2’NFT will not be successful. West wrote in the caption to his letter: “STOP ASKING ME TO DO NFT’s I’M NOT FINNA CO-SIGN … FOR NOW I’M NOT ON THAT WAVE I MAKE MUSIC AND PRODUCTS IN THE REAL WORLD.”

Today, Marilyn Manson, the actress who appeared on the show, was announced. ‘Donda’Track ‘Jail Pt 2’ and appeared at one of West’s album listening parties in Chicago last year, is reportedly working heavily with West on ‘Donda 2’.

According to ‘Donda’Digital Nas, West collaborator and producer of Manson has been spotted multiple times in the studio with West. “[West] doesn’t want Marilyn to play rap beats,”The producer said Rolling Stone. “He wants Marilyn to play what he makes, and then Ye will take parts of that and sample parts of that and use parts of that, like he did [generally when making] ‘Yeezus’.

West declared last week that ‘Donda 2’Future has confirmed that Future is producing the album and it will be released on February 22. According to Future, he has ambitious plans for the sequel, stating yesterday (January 31st), that he sees it being played on important occasions like births and funerals.

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